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WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 

THE Z. SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 




1967 
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Volume 65 
WAKE FOREST COLLEGE/ WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 



Faye Setzer 
Editor 



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Eddie Boone 
Business Manager 



Contents 

Academics 

Organizations 

Student Living 

Sports 

Classes 

Community 




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wo roads diverged in a yellow wood. 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth ; 

Then took the other, as just as fair, 
And having perhaps the better claim. 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear. 
Though as for that the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same. 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — 
/ took the one less traveled by. 
And that has made all the difference. 

Robert Frost 








A SIMPLE ROAD SIGN may point the 
traveler to Winston-Salem and through the maze of 
traffic to Wake Forest. Symmetrically arranged on a 
five hundred and forty-nine acre tract, the sixteen 
neo-Georgian buildings, too new to be covered with 
ivy, comprise the physical college. 

Twenty-four hundred undergraduates, individuals 
in taste, background, interests and aspirations form 
the nucleus of the Wake Forest personality. Our 
lives, prior to the period of orientation as freshmen 
have been quite different, our influences diversified, 
our paths of interest divergent. Four years filled 
with the traditions and struggle for growth of a small 
Southern Baptist college will give a certain same- 
ness to the individuals here. 




Wake Forest College 

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If^KE FOREST COU£G£ 

MAY 16 '67 

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AP.\RT FRO^I THE 
TOGETHERNESS 

of the crowds in Slater's pit, the mass of 
cheering fans at a home game, the lines 
making the Tuesday-Thursday trek to Wait, 
or the impersonal atmosphere of the class- 
room, we seek identity in the smaller group, 
fulfillment of personal goals, a niche for 
our individuality. 

\^'hether the path be athletics or theatre, 
the decision an academic one or a per- 
sonal one, the choice right or wrong, we 
learn to stand alone. We select and re- 
ject. We move forward and sometimes 
backward. We grow and develop through 
choice. The broad path of the crowd is 
well-worn and comfortable while that of 
the individual is narrow and more difficult. 
The choice is ours and the difference is in 
the choice. 








Freshman Paul Cale learns the routine of Wake 
attending chapel, meeting suitemates, taking tests 
itleas with fellow students. 



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They Call It Orientation. They say it's good for you. it happens 
to all freshmen at every school, they say. 

The nauseous fear deep inside . . . and tests and tests and tests and . . . 
"My name's Jane, what's yours?" . . . and tests and tests and . . . bull 
sessions into all hours of the night . . . and tests . . . 

But it's different here. It's uniquely Wake Forest here. 

They learn that "one out of three won't graduate" . . . "less than half 
will have a C average this semester" . . . freshman biology will be your 
first F or maybe freshman English." 

And the annual pre-school retreat at Camp Hanes . . . Slater and the 
hazards of the Pit . . . the hurry up and wait of registration, with its 
mountains of computer cards. 

"Lead On, Oh King Eternal," another class has become members of 
the Wake Forest family. 




Registration fills two hectic days of closed out courses and bad breaks 
before classes can begin. 



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To better inform students in matters of ad- 
ministrative concern. Admissions Director Stal- 
lings. Chaplain HoUingsworth, and Dean 
Wilson answer questions posed by Butch Pate 
in a special chapel forum. 



Seen through any perspective. If nil Chapel is 
the symbol and the essence of Wake Forest 
College. 



THE ESSENCE OF WAKE FOREST . . . 

is to be found in the bi-weekly chapel 
programs . . . the Baptist State Convention . . . the 
Reynolda Hall administrative offices. . . . 

or perhaps in the excitement of a vic- 
tory-happy, toilet-paper-draped campus; a lonely 
study room; or the solitary beauty of a moon-lit 
plaza. 

Twenty-seven hundred students are the 
essence of Wake Forest. Individuals forming a brief 
community, then moving on — eacii separate but part 
of the whole — creating an ever changing yet con- 
stant institution — continuing the "noble name" and 
"glorious fame" of Wake Forest. 




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In the Wake tradition, victory on the field may 
later spell disaster for yardmen and students 
alike. 





In a city where rain comes as often as sunshine. 
Deacons frequently are treated to the beauty 
of a misty-wet plaza. 



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Parents display a touch of sadness in realizing that the 
have finally come of age. 



"little boys** 



Their First Visit. The parents converged, and 
the campus really put out to receive them during 
Freshman Parents' Weekend. Co-chairmen Miriam 
Early and Jim Martin, backed by their committee, 
planned a full Saturday centered around the V.P.I. 
football game that afternoon. Following the student 
example, the parents shared in the homeside sun, 
noise, and excitement of Bowman Gray Stadium. 
Parents saw other aspects of campus life through 
class visitation and a Coffee Hour during which 
faculty members were introduced, and an afternoon 
barbecue which brought the parents themselves to- 
gether. Introductions were completed that evening 
when the parents met college administrative officials. 






Instituting a new tradition, students mob the field to welcome Dei 
players at the start of the game. 



Quarterback Ken Erickson prepares to hand 
off as an excited crowd looks on. 



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vmy" McAilams, the Fideles presented a variety 
instrcis, comedians and dancing girls. 



Tlie weekend was concluded with . . . 

A Real Carnival! 

Sponsored by the Junior Class and organized by chairman Dayna Tate, 
the Carnival came complete with cotton candy, dancing girls, and games 
of chance. (Imagine!) During the four hour event the parents, students, 
and general public could shoot basketball, watch a variety show, or buy 
home made cakes — all for the price of a ticket, of course. Each fraternity 
and society, and most other campus organizations sponsored a booth, and 
half of the profit of these booths, a total of $42.5, went toward the stadium 
fund. The event climaxed a hectic Parent's Day with humor, and initiated 
a new tradition at Wake Forest. 



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junior class carnival 

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The Sign of the Clown warned students ahead of time that 
a carnival was coming to campus. 




Delta Sigma Pi Irving Paxton shakes his fraternity's offering of loot 
before the greedy crotvd. 




Sigma Chi Ugly Man Runo Anderson rolls his stomach 
a determined bid for the all-campus championship. 



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Starling the season off right, Joyce Trigg puts 
the final touches on Bostwick Dorm's Christmas 
tree. 



December brought the spirit of Christmas 
to Wake Forest, together with quizzes and 
term papers. Christmas trees seemed to spring 
from nowhere to decorate the campus, and 
the normally drab dormitory halls burst forth 
into original displays of color and design. 
The sounds of Christmas were heard every- 
where, as carols were piped into the cafeteria 
and the choir presented its annual Vesper 
Service. But beneath 611 the sights and sounds 
of the season, there lay a spirit — a spirit of 
giving of one's self and a spirit of caring for 
others. 

It was this spirit which characterized 
Christmas at Wake Forest. Students, through 
their participation in campus and community 
activities, found numerous ways to express 
this feeling. Parties were held for the under- 
privileged, caroling trips were made, and 
puppies were given homes. When vacation 
started, almost every student had begun in 
some manner to celebrate Christmas. 

Christmas, then, provided us with a path 
of color and sound, a spirit of giving, a time 
for caring. 




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Student Government's annual party for underprivileged 
children brought much Christmas cheer to Wake students, 
but the happy faces of tots with books, stockings and stuffed 
inot be outdone. 



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November 13, 1963— The plaza took on the appearance oj ancient ruins as students observed an 
hour oj silence, protesting Baptist rejection oj a college proposal jor selecting trustees, effectively 
delaying university "status." A crushing new rejection in 1964 caused President Tribble to pledge 
a move to the juture "one way or another." 




Two Decades After 

a dream to make Wake Forest a 
national university waked up that 
hamlet near Raleigh, the Board of 
Trustees made the dream more real 
hy changing the College's name to 
Wake Forest University. 

The dream from 1946 to 1966 
was unlike Rip Van Winkle's. From 
the moment the decision was made 
to move the College from its sandy, 
magnolia-covered campus down 
East to the red clay Piedmont in 
search of the Reynolds millions, 
Wake Forest has been synonymous 
with progress. 

To many of her sons and daugh- 
ters and to the old-timers, changing 
a name was hardly worth noticing. 
For years the College has been a 
university with its medical school, 
law school, business school, and 
school of arts and sciences. All it 



has needed to make it the classical 
university is a school of theology. 
It is probable that this school is 
forthcoming. 

It takes more than a Board of 
Trustees meeting to change the his- 
tory of a College over a century 
old. What it does take is twenty 
years of progress, then twenty more. 
Progress hasn't been easy. Progress 
steps on the toes of those who want 
to walk slowly, and stepping on 
toes often hurts feelings as well as 
feet. Wake Forest's transition was 
a transition of people as well as 
buildings, and the transition has 
not yet ceased. Controversies have 
made the dream toss and turn, yet 
it has not been forgotten. As one 
goal is attained, dreaming will be- 
gin for others. Education is prog- 
ress and progress is dreaming. 
Wake Forest is education. 



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January 13, 1967 — After two years of peace with the Baptists, 
college trustees declared that Wake Forest had become a uni- 
versity. Student reaction was calm but joyous, and the archi- 
tect of it all. President Tribble, prepared to retire to a less 
demanding role. 



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Outstanding professors and small classes are 
an integral part of the Wake intellectual at- 
mosphere. Dr. Robert Johnson (right) ex- 
plains calculus theory to an ever-more-talented 
group of entering freshmen. Below, Professor 
Bynum Shaw leads a seminar on the History 
of American Journalism. 





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Although seminar size classes, dynamic professors and 
excellent facilities can spark the intellectual climate, 
the heart of the college experience is still to be found 
in the mind of the individual student. 



With the omnipresent chapel in the back- 
ground, students enter the modern Humani- 
ties Building for classes. 



FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS . . . 

Wake Forest has matured to near university status . . . 

Its students are increasingly more capable; its faculty, facili- 
ties, and opportunities expanding . . . 

Constant growing pains increase awareness of the position the 
college is assuming . . . 

Yet, throughout, there remains a constant attitude . . . the intel- 
lectual attitude inherited from generations molded in the Wake Forest 
tradition and passed on by craftsmen ... the attitude eagerly 
sought, respectfully guarded, and faithfully preserved ... the atti- 
tude which is the basis for all academic endeavor. 



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Right: Roger Rollman coils away from his 
domineering wife. Flora Hoffman, as she be- 
comes enraged because he has given shelter to 
his sister and her new-found baby. 
Below: An Jronshirt questions Grusha in order 
to find the ivhereabouts of the infant son of 
the beheaded Governor. 




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As a monk addresses the wedding guests, variations in the set design 
can be seen in the background, where projected scenery takes the 
place of an elaborate set, forcing attention on the characters and 
the simple foreground furnishings. 



College Theatre. Bertolt Brecht's "The Caucasian Chalk Circle" 
received such acclaim and popularity with the audiences that it was held 
over for additional performances and easily became the Theatre's high- 
light of the year. 

The play was different, and this had much to do with its success. 
The raw stage design's simplicity was complimented with overhead 
projectors casting scenes on a plain backdrop. Colorful costumes and 
masks added their own special touch to the action. 

Martin Bennison, director of the play, used Brecht's "alienation ef- 
fect" to its fullest advantage by having sets changed in plain view of 
the audience and by having his actors abruptly step out of character 
to deliver sudden personal thoughts in their own voices to the audience. 

The "Chalk Circle" will probably be remembered by its viewers as 
being Wake Forest's most daring play due to its bold use of imagery 
and language. 



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Grusha, a servant girl played by Marsha 
Cannada, discovers the Georgian Gov- 
ernor's infant son, who had been left 
behind in the palace during the royal 
family's escape from the Russian city. 



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Executive Director Jerry Baker introduces a speaker during the symposium 




Socialist Nor 


nan Thomas discusse 


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Senator William Proxmire, a 


member of the J 


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miltee of Congress, discusses 


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Policy." 






Dick Gregory, who says that his jokes make 
his money, proved himself an articulate social 
critic in a banquet speech. 

Liiiallenge O/. Xhe Wake Forest Symposium on Con- 
temporary World Affairs opened the month of March with a dis- 
tinguished assortment of experts and critics to discuss "The 
Implications of Prosperity." Assumed this year as a permanent 
biennial project of the student government. Challenge continued its 
tradition of intellectual stimulation, and brought prestige to the 
new university. 

This year's program brought to the campus such eminent econo- 
mists as Dr. James Buchanan of the University of Virginia, and 
the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Dr. Edward Smith. 
Seminars were held on "The New Economics," "The Government 
vs. Business vs. Labor," and "The Future of American Economic 
Policy." Major lecturers included Socialist Norman Thomas, social 
critic Dick Gregory, the vociferous and controversial head of the 
American Nazi Party, George Lincoln Rockwell, Mutual News's 
Washington correspondent Craig Spence, and NBC's "Man in 
Washington," Herbert Kaplow. 



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The laces of Rubenstein on the left and Shirley-Quirk on 
the right give visual clues to the depth and feeling of their 



The Performing Arts attained a new high level of 
popularity at Wake Forest this year with the appearance 
of world famous pianist Artur Rubenstein, a highly ac- 
claimed young baritone, and an equally promising young 
violinist. Even though his concert was scheduled for the 
first week of winter exams, Mr. Rubenstein played to a near 
capacity crowd in Wait Chapel. Acclaimed by Time maga- 
zine as "the world's greatest living pianist," the Polish artist 
thrilled his audience with selections from Beethoven, Schu- 
mann, Chopin and others. Earlier in the year, violinist 
Itzhak Perlman, winner of the Leventritt Award in 1964, 
and baritone John Shirley-Quirk performed for evening 
chapel audiences. 



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From a gay mood to one of melan- 
choly, Perlman's artistry both de- 
lighted and entertained. 



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NBC political correspondent Sander Va 
review Viet Nam policy in light of the r 
fo the U.S. in an October speech. 



tcuT challenged students to 
unlry's strategic importance 



Comedian and columnist Art Buchwald entertained 
his audience with light-hearted solutions to problems 
from college admissions to the Viet Nam war. 




The College Union Lecture Series gave the student at Wake 

Forest an enjoyable way to become better informed about the world 
in which he lives. Noted columnists, commentators, and authors were 
brought periodically to the campus by the College Union and spoke 
to near-capacity audiences composed of both students and townspeople. 
The series opened with Sander Vanocur of NBC News, who presented 
his views on the Viet Nam War and the United States as a world power. 
He was followed by Art Buchwald, who, in a lighthearted way, pre- 
sented his solutions to all of the world's problems. On a more serious 
note, Valery Tarsis, the brilliant Russian author, told of his defiance 
of the Soviet Government and his efforts to declare his devotion to free- 
dom. In February, the spotlight was focused on China, as Dr. Han Suyin 
told of her travels and "The Many Faces of Asia." Finally, in April, 
Henry Steele Commager spoke on his views about America's place in 
the world today. With such a wide variety of speakers and topics, the 
College Union once again provided Wake Forest a chance to play a 
significant role in a modern world. 



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New Orleans Saint star halfback Paul Hornung signs autographs 
following an informal CU talk. 




Author Valery Tarsis explains Soviet domestic policies to interested 
students after his lecture. 



Dr. Han Suyin shocked her audience with a sympathetic and info\ 
motive lecture about China and its communist government. 



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M TNriT T\'C YV'TTTT PFOPT F 

in the anonymous and hurried lines of Slater's cafe, 

in the informal buzz that is the Tavern, 

in the hectic after-party hours at Staley's; 
In crowds . . . 

from a CU lecture to an IFC dance; 
And cliques . . . 

from a coffee house gathering to a fraternity party. 
The social atmosphere of Wake Forest is formed. That atmosphere, 
eagerly sought by freshmen — unhurriedly accepted by seniors — is 
the informal tie that binds the Wake Forest Family. 




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Sigma Ckis Forrest Hollifield and Tom Ginn 
extol the virtues of their fraternity to rushee 
Frank Beck. 



Some Men are Fraternity Men. 

Because they are Greeks they have parties, often as individual 
fraternities and occasionally as an inter-fraternity group. Indi- 
vidually they have combo parties, record parties, costume parties, 
and beach parties. They join as a group for Mid-Winters and Greek 
Week concerts and dances. They have fun. 

Because they are Greeks they are in competition. Each frater- 
nity competes with all the others during rush. Each battles the 
other in intramural sports and they vie during Homecoming and 
Greek Week. They are always trying for the top spot. 

Because they are Greeks they are close. They party, work, and 
play with fraternity brothers. They date, study, eat and live to- 
gether. Each fraternity is a unit, different from others and varied 
within itself, and each Greek respects that unity and variety. 

They are fraternity men by choice. 




Above: A furry friend for Freddy from the 
Lambda Chi's. 

Right: RentaLaurel Day: "What cleans like 
a white tornado?" 




Derby Day: "Pardon me, but this seat is occupied!" 



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Left: Nicka Thompson rides high in preparation for the 
"Fidele Follies" at the Junior Class Carnival. 







Laurels and Kappa Sigs go down together in their annual football game. 



Appearing in Wait Chapel during Challenge weekend, the Serendipity 
Singers performed their ballads bejore a full house. 




Entertainers. Although the 

College Union was constantly trou- 
bled by cancellations of major sing- 
ing groups throughout the year, 
Major Functions and Small Socials 
Committee chairmen Steve Kelley 
and Sam Gladding did an outstand- 
ing job of recruiting top enter- 
tainers to appear on the Wake cam- 
pus. Homecoming brought Barbara 
Lewis and Bobby Moore and the 



Rhythm Aces, but the big name 
groups came during the spring. 

Appearing on Challenge weekend 
in March, the Serendipity Singers 
delighted their audience with folk 
tunes and ballads. Also appearing 
in the spring were The Four Sea- 
sons and The Association, as well 
as the nationally famous piano duet 
of Ferrante and Teicher. 



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The campus gained color during the year with the appearance of a 
diversity of good entertainers. Jake Holmes (left) thrUled audiences 
m the Magnolia Room during a week of folk singing. America's top 
jazz group, the Dukes of Dixieland (above) perform in Wait Chapel. 



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Cheerleaders gather around Julie Davis, soon to be named their 
Homecoming Queen, to plan their own game strategy. 

Homecoming. The word filled the autumn air 
with excitement as Wake Forest prepared for the 
first big weekend of the year. Amateur artists of the 
fraternities and dorms contributed to the prevailing 
atmosphere as they sought to transform the neo- 
Georgian achitecture of the campus into graphic 
representations of the fate of the Clemson Tigers. 
Less mindful of such violence, fifteen of Wake's 
prettiest coeds presented themselves to the student 
body, each hoping to become Miss Demon Deacon 
for 1966. The week ended in a flurry of activity as 
the decorations sprang miraculously into place. 
Homecoming 1966 was under way. 




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First place in overall campus decorations 
Theta Chi. 



to the "Big Red" of 




Kappa Sigma s "Deacon Safari" added some color to the 



campus scene. 



A sunny day, a happy alumnus, a fraternity flower, and the game begin 



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The rhanging /ares in a crowdni mob froveil to be the "sign of the 
times" for Deacon football hopes. Alumni, players and students watch 
excitedly as the gridders rally and catch up with Clemson, but trouble 
threatens at the close of the game. 







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Traditionally, Saturday's activities centered around the football game 
and the dance, both of which turned out to be somewhat disappointing. 
After outplaying Clemson for almost the entire game, the Deacons, un- 
willing to settle for a tie, made one last attempt to score, and gave up a 
safety to a suddenly alert Tiger defense. 

At the evening extravaganza, students jammed Winston's Farmers Market 
anticipating a repeat of last year's big success. The Coasters, however, 
failed to appear, and Barbara Lewis and Bobby Moore and his Rhythm 
Aces were decidedly below par. The spirits of most were undampened, 
though, as Homecoming is always more than a football game or a dance. 
It generates a unique spirit of welcoming returning friends, of enthusiasm, 
of anticipation, of belonging. For alumni it is a path of return to a fra- 
ternity house, a dorm, a friend, or a memory. 



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BEAUTIES 




HOMECOMING QUEEN 



Julie Davis 
Representing 
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Sherry Allen 
Representing Davis Hous, 




Sallv Ann Whitkhi. iist 
Representing Kitchen House 





Nancy Carol Bost 
Representing Thela Chi 




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Jane Lasley 
nting Alpha Phi Omega 



AusTINE Odom 
Representing Potent House 







Rhonda Hefnfr 






Representing Sigma Phi Epulon 




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Nan Bell 
Representing Lambda Chi Alpha 




Rosemary Golichtly 
Representing Pi Kappa Alpha 



JexNny Henderson 
Representing Sigma Pi 




Jeannie Pfister 

Representing Taylor House 




Dariel Saunders 
Representing Scabbard and Blade 




JUDY WHITE, Editor 



''The classroom is 

still, for me at least, the 

very heart of the college." 

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A President's message to students, 1967 



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A college career resembles in some respects a loca- 
tion on a road map. There are many roads that lead 
to it and many that lead from it. Some of these roads 
are well known and heavily traveled, and others are 
little known and infrequently used. But all were de- 
signed for travel, and with wise planning all may be 
used to reach worthy destinations. 

When we browse through the Howler in the years 
to come we shall retrace on memory's map the jour- 
neys that converged for us on the Wake Forest cam- 
pus, the friendships that were a vital part of the 
college experience, and especially the journeys of 
learning that led to acquaintance with truth and com- 
munion with the sages of the ages. 

Then we shall measure the distance traveled since 
graduation, and questions will arise. Have we fol- 
lowed the route of the wisest selection? Have we 
wasted time and energy on detours and dead-end by- 
roads? The questions will lead from reminiscence 
to rededication as new journeys begin. And that is 
the way of education. 




The first task of the day for a busy President 
is opening the morning mail. 



President Harold W. Tribble 




An outspoken delegate, Tribble backed i 
the Baptist State Conventions. 



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TRIBBLE'S RESIGNATION MARKS 
END OF ERA 



An era has ended at Wake Forest. The man who 
has made headlines year after year, met controversy 
with conviction and challenges with determination 
will retire in June. Harold Wayland Tribhle's de- 
cision to step down from the presidency of this Col- 
lege marked tlie end of an administration highlighted 
by dream-fulfilling progress, but torn by turbulent 
controversy. 

Brought to the College in 1950 by the Trustees for 
the purpose of making the move to Winston-Salem, 
Tribble wasted no time in making the dream a reality. 
There were mixed feelings about the move and dis- 
sent mounted when construction costs soared from an 
estimated six million dollars to nineteen and one half 
million. 

This marked the beginning of his opposition. He 
has fought with alumni, with Trustees and with the 
Baptist State Convention. The issues have varied 
from the athletic program to the 1957 decision to ban 
dancing on the campus. In more recent years the rift 
came when Baptists in two consecutive conventions 
voted down a proposal to modify the method for 
electing Trustees which would have been the first step 
in readying the college for university status. 

Tribble has met each challenge with strong con- 
victions and determination. He has not been afraid 
to say or do what he thought best and subsequently, 
he has known personal defeat. Abuse and contro- 
versy have not deterred him, however, and because 
of his convictions, university status for Wake Forest 
is now imminent. His sixteen years of dedication 
cannot be forgotten. 



A man of firm conviction. Dr. Tribble will always stand foi 
progress Wake Forest has made. 



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At a press conference October 14 Dr. Tribble announced his resigna- 
tion to be effective in June. 



An avid sports fan, Dr. Tribble supports the Deacons wherever they 
play. 





Always ready to take a stand when the occasion demands. Dr. Tribble 
has addressed the Baptist State Convention repeatedly on the needs 
of a growing college. 



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Dean Wilson will return to full-time teaching here after serving as 
Dean of the College for seven years. 



WILSON TO RETURN 
TO TEACHING 



"The classroom is still, for me at least, the very 
heart of the college . . ." With this strong belief. Dr. 
Edwin Wilson saw no alternative but to resign the 
position he has held for seven years as Dean of the 
College. Administrative tasks have limited his teach- 
ing to one course per semester and the demands on 
his time have been endless. 

He has served well as a strong and capable ad- 
ministrator and his talent there will be missed. 
However, the spirit and enthusiasm he is able to 
generate in the classroom, the time he can spend 
with his classes, and the part of himself he can share 
with his students can now be broadened. The English 
Department and the student body are enriched by his 
decision. 



Always interested in the students, as Dean Dr. Wilson made time to 
listen to their ideas and to stimulate new thoughts. 








Dean Wilson returns to the classroom to serve Wake Forest in another 

capacity. 



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Assistant Dean of the College, Robert Dyer 

DEANS BEGIN 
SELF-STUDY PROGRAM 



They continually work to see that the student is 
housed, academically capable, emotionally stable, ap- 
plying to the best graduate schools, and seated com- 
fortably in chapel. They are the deans and their 
responsibilities touch the life of each student here. 

The Dean of Women, Lu Leake, in cooperation 
with the WGA, has been instrumental in liberalizing 
restrictions on coeds. Both Thomas Elmore, Dean of 
Students and an active member of the Education De- 
partment, and Robert Dyer, assistant Dean of the 
College, counsel and advise the student in many 
areas. Dean of Men Mark Reece sei-ves as advisor 
to the College Union in addition to his job as counse- 
lor to four-fifths of Wake's student body. 

In cooperation with the President's office the five 
deans are currently working on a self-study program 
of the college curriculum requirements and possible 
changes. 




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Director of Alumni Activities, M. Henry Garrity 



ADMINISTRATORS PERFORM 



College Chaplain. L. H. HoUingsworth 




Superintendent of Buildings Director of Residences, Thomas Griffin 

and Grounds, Harold Moore. 






Director of Admissions William G. Starling 



Director of Placement and Student Aid. Col. John Reed 



Acting Treasurer, John Williard: Acting Business Manager, James B. Cook, J; 



VITAL FUNCTIONS 



Registrar, Grady Patterson 





News Bureau Director. Russell Brantle 
Sports Publicity Director, Marvin Francis 




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Theirs is the business of teach- 
ing. And inevitably, teaching is the 
business of talking: talking to an 
eigiit o'clock class convinced that 
tiie hour should be a time of sleep, 
and not of learning; talking to a 
lab session whose would-be scien- 
tists want to get on to looking 
through their microscopes, mixing 
up their chemicals, and writing 
their lab reports; talking to a semi- 
nar in which the students are al- 
ways threatening to get ahead of 
the instructor. And teaching is a 
matter of reading: reading almost 
incoherent freshman themes; read- 
ing scholarly ■ works in hopes of 
keeping up with ever-expanding re- 
search. Theirs is no easy business, 
but without it, the College would 
have no meaning and no purpose. 



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the ability to communicate it 




dedication to serve. 



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girls practice volleyball skills in phisicul education clt 




Maritimers strive for perfection in practices for water shows. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

The Physical Education Department at Wake For- 
est is gaining strength in a variety of ways. Joining 
the six other professors on the staff of the depart- 
ment this fall were professors Keith Hamilton, Ron 
Morton, Glen Dawson, and Kenneth Karr. During 
the past summer, Leo Ellison represented the State 
Department in Egypt in the area of aquatics. 

Among the activities offered to the approximately 
sixty junior and senior majors and other students 
interested in physical fitness are swimming, dancing, 
gymnastics, and numerous intramural sports. Ex- 
pansion of the departmental curriculum is being 
planned, another step toward making the graduate 
department at Wake Forest a complete one. 




L. Ellison 
K. E. Hamilton \ 

0. K. Karr «^ 1^ 

R. W. Martin 
S. I. Shockley 







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Drills take up much time of boys enrolled in 
the ROTC program. 



ROTC 

Fifty-one seniors in the Reserve 
Officer Training Corps received com- 
missions as second lieutenants in 
the U.S. Army during commence- 
ment exercises in June. For the 
Military Science Department, their 
induction marked the end of a year 
which saw enrollment hit an all- 
time high. There were 150 fresh- 
men and 126 sophomores enrolled 
in the Basic Course, and about 109 
juniors and seniors enrolled in the 
Advanced Course. 

Besides attending classes, ROTC 
cadets spend two periods in actual 
drill, which is conducted by the 
cadets themselves. Extensive train- 
ing is also given in marksmanship 
and Civil Defense. Cadets in the 
Advanced Course must spend two 
weeks during the summer in basic 
training. 




Vpperclassmen in ROTC prepare for combat 
on BIVOUAC in Reynolda Gardens. 




Privates line up for inspection of spit shines 
on shoes and rifles. 



Col. Turner 

Chairman 

SFC McDonald 

Capt. Perkins 



CapL Sechtman 

Sgt. Maj. Shafer 

Maj. White 




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Dr. Galley explains 
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SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY 

The addition of graduate studies 
and several new courses highlighted 
the year's activities for the Soci- 
ology-Anthropology Department. 
Although at present there is only 
one graduate student enrolled in the 
dual department, plans are now 
being made for expansion of the 
graduate division. New under- 
graduate courses offered this year 
included Contemporary Latin 
American Cultures, General Anthro- 
pology, Bianthropology and Archae- 
ology, Culture Change, and Social 
Organization and Problems. 

Activity among department mem- 
bers was plentiful and varied. Dr. 
Banks was on leave to make an 



anthropological study of village life 
in Yugoslavia, while Dr. Tefft and 
two students worked in Cherokee 
over the summer. Dr. Patrick had 
one of his articles, "Capital Punish- 
ment," published as a chapter in a 
new sociology textbook, and another 
of his articles, "Desegregation in a 
Southern Town: A Descriptive Re- 
port," was reprinted in various 
languages. The department as a 
whole sponsored a lecture at the 
Piedmont University Center by Dr. 
Alvin Boskoff from Emory. From 
every point of view, then, this was 
an outstanding year for the Soci- 
ology-Anthropology Department. 




A risidng lecturer explains the problems that 
arose in British schools due to social class 
discrimination. 



I R. Earle 

D. K. Evans 

W. H. GuUey 

R. M. Krisko 

H. D. Schwartz 

S. K. Teffi 




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ENGLISH 

Freshmen enrolled for English 
111 were the first participants in 
a revised program which featured 
a study of Utopian works, a switch 
from the usual course in essay 
writing. The second semester text 
was changed from one volume to 
a series of three paperbacks for 
a comprehensive study of poetry, 
short story, and drama. Dr. Thomas 
Gossett joined the faculty as a full 
professor. The chairman of the 
department, Dean Edwin Wilson, 
prompted a veritable celebration 
when he announced his return to his 
office as a full-time professor. 




Dr. Fosso captures the imagination of his students through his interpretation 
of literature. 




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HISTORY 

The History Department has one 
of the largest enrollments in any 
area of the humanities; eighteen 
faculty members teach over fifteen 
hundred students. Many articles 
were published by members of this 
department and two professors' cur- 
rent books were marketed. Dr. 
B. G. Gokhale's Asoka Maurya and 
Asian Studies I were published this 
year along with Dr. David Smiley's 
La solidarite sudeste. 

Frederick L. Bronner from Union 
College in New York was the visit- 
ing professor in history this year 
and Dr. Thomas Mullen was hon- 
ored by being chosen for the Na- 
tional Cooperative Program in 
Humanities. 




Dr. Gokhale explains the position of Southeast Asia in relation to the current world problems. 





lilt 



L. TiUett 
J. Weller 
B. Yearns 
R. Zuber 





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Dr. Schoonmaker gives his opinion about the recent Republican sweep 
in North Carolina. 








Political Science students scan newspapers to gain an insight into 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

The Political Science Department 
emphasizes the importance of cur- 
rent affairs through reflection upon 
total government systems, past and 
present. To meet this objective, the 
department is expanding and re- 
vising by adding to the curriculum 
this year a new course, "SuiTcy of 
the Discipline," and by allowing ju- 
niors to take part in the honors 
program. Professors also are de- 
veloping their abilities through re- 
search. Dr. Fleer is making a study 
of the state's politics from 1940 
through the present, while Profes- 
sors Broyles, Sears, and Reinhardt 
currently are working on their dis- 
sertations. 



C. H. Richards • T^V"^ rff 

Chairman 



D. B. Broyles 

J. D. Fleer *i? 

C. C. Moses \ 



J. M. Reinhardt 

D. 0. Schoonmaker 

R. D. Sears 




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Dr. Parcell lakes time out from his duties 
as department chairman to catch up on the 
latest literary criticism. 




Romance Languages introduce us to new cul- 
tures, new people, new ideas. 




J. Parker 

C. P( 

M. F. Robinson 

E. Rodlwitt 

R. Shoemaker 

A. T 



ROMANCE LANGUAGES 

The Department of Romance Languages, which 
includes both the fields of French and Spanish, insti- 
tuted for the first time this year an honors program. 
This, in addition to the Experiment in International 
Living and an active exchange program in which 
students of foreign language participate, provides 
majors with direct contact with other cultures. The 
department also co-sponsors the Institute of Litera- 
ture which brings distinguished lecturers in many 
fields to this campus. 

This department is comprised of fourteen faculty 
members and thirty majors. 



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LATIN AND GERMAN 

Two Wake Forest students enrolled in German 
honors and were the first to receive credit for their 
labors. A departmental honors program had been 
established earlier, but the courses were offered 
without credit. A new precedent was established 
this year as an arrangement was made for visiting 
professors from Austria to teach within the depart- 
ment. Dr. Rheinhold Meyer was the first professor 
to participate in the program, which is coordinated 
by the House Committee on Health, Education, and 
Welfare. 



Wake Forest's Classical Language Department is 
constantly growing, today constituting a larger per- 
centage of the student body than ever before. As 
large as any Classical Language Department in 
North Carolina, the department's total enrollment is 
426 students, six of whom are majors in the classics. 
Dr. Earp, department chairman, spoke before the 
district Latin Teachers Meeting this fall, and next 
year Wake Forest will sponsor the state meetings of 
high school Latin teachers and Greek and Latin col- 
lege professors. 




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Students of Dr. Earp listen to Latin words that express contemporary 



Dr. Sanders shows lip formation of phonetics 



J. O'Flaherty 

Chairman of German Department 

G. Anglin 

R. Meier 

W. Sanders 



C. Earp 

Chairman of 

Classical Languages Department 

C. Harris 

S. RackJey 

C. Tucker 

J. Wilson 





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Dr. Griffin examines a leai from the bohdi tree 
under which Buddha sat when he was en- 
lightened. 




The Department of Religion was 
marked hy achievement in 1967. 
Articles by Dr. Bryan and Dr. Via, 
a book by Dr. Angell, and a series 
of Methodist Sunday School les- 
sons by Dr. Talbert were published. 
Dr. Griffin studied Oriental Reli- 
gion and philosophy at the Uni- 
\'ersity of Hawaii, and Dr. Bryan 
taught at the Governor's School in 
Winston-Salem. The department 
sponsored a series of three Robin- 
son lectures on the New Testament, 
archaeology, and the history of re- 
ligions. In addition, a course in 
Bildical Hebrew was added to the 
curriculum. The department in- 
cludes nine faculty members and 
one hundred twenty-five majors. 



G. Griffin 
Chairman 
W. Ansell 
G. Bryan 



R. Dv(. — v-i i 
J. Ea.ley "V (_;, 







C. Talbert 
D. Via 




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philosophical point during an informal d, 



PHILOSOPHY 

Although students in introductory philosophy were 
still subjected to the minds of men from Aristotle to 
Whitehead, in an effort to revamp the department, 
there was a condensation in the number of philoso- 
phers studied this year. 

While these students read from paperbacks, ad- 
vanced students used the Bernard W. Spilman Li- 
brary, a collection of 4,000 volumes begun in 1934. 

All members of the department, which includes 
Miss Gene Allred, a newcomer this year, are mem- 
bers of the American Philosophical Association. Dr. 
Virgilius Ferm, author of 25 volumes, and head of 
the department, has served as chairman of this organi- 
zation. 




Temporary department head Dr. Ferm encourages students to partic 
pate in stimulating discussions. 




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"Hello, Dolly" resounds as the pep band provides background mtisic 
for basketball warm-ups. 




Dr. McDonald prepares the ch 
gram. 



approaching Christmas pro- 



MUSIC 

The Music Department faculty, 
led by Dr. Thane McDonald, pro- 
vides instruction in organ, piano, 
voice, and band and orchestra in- 
struments. The band, under the 
direction of Dr. Calvin Huber, gives 
several concerts during the year and 
provides entertainment at football 
and basketball games. 

The Wake Forest College Choir 
was founded in 1948 by its present 
director. Dr. McDonald. The choir 
has traveled from Vermont to Flor- 
ida, singing for churches, schools, 
colleges, civic organizations, radio 
and television stations, hospitals, 
and service clubs. In addition, the 
choir presents several concerts an- 
nually. 




technique train fingers of a piano student. 



L. S. Harris 

C. Huber 

E. L. Kalter 

P. S. Robinson 



T. McDonald 

Chairman 

M. H. Felraet 

C. Giles 





Students prepare advanced interviews for airing on WFDD. 



SPEECH 

Under the direction of Dr. Shir- 
ley, the Speech Department shows 
the student that effective communi- 
cation is vital to public speaking, 
debate, theatre, television, radio, 
and everyday conversation. The de- 
partment also provides extensive 
extracurricular activities. WFDD, 
under Dr. Burrough's guidance, the 
debate team, under the leadership 
of Dr. Shirley, president of the 
Southern Speech Association, and 
the College Theatre, under Dr. Ted- 
ford's direction, serve as channels 
for student interest. Highlights for 
the year included the theatre's four 
successful plays. 




A debater for the affimative urges the adoption of a resolution calling 
for a reduction of foreign aid. 




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The Center for Psychological Services is useful for predicting tenden- 
cies of human behavior. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

The outstanding academic records of its majors 
and the numerous publications of its faculty mem- 
bers are indicative of the strength of the Psychology 
Department at Wake Forest. This department is 
comprised of eight professors and eighty majors. 
During the past year members of this department 
have had eighteen articles published. 

The department sponsors a colloguium which is 
primarily attended by the fifteen graduate students 
although all students are invited. Professional psy- 
chologists from across the country address this group 
bi-monthly. An active honors program is also spon- 
sored by the department. 



The "Straight Runway" is used to study learning 
animals as it measures their response. 



J. Williams 

Chairman 

R. Beck 

D. Catron 

R. Dufort 



S. Harbin 

D. Hills 

H. Horowitz 

J. Woodmansee 




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BIOLOGY 

Winston Hall overflowed this year with researchers 
equipped with finances from the National Science 
Foundation and students eagerly interested in proj- 
ect participation. Dr. Robert Higgins stepped be- 
yond continental boundaries as he traveled to Paki- 
stan and South America to study tardigrades and 
kinorhyncha. With the assistance of embryology 
students, Dr. J. W. Davis researched the effects of 
radiation on chicken embryos. Under grants from 
the N.S.F., Dr. Dale Hein studied the migratory 
mechanisms in ducks while his colleague Thomas 
Olive examined the speciation mechanisms in aphids. 
Dr. Robert Sullivan continued his work under the 
Department of Agriculture on mutants of horseflies 
as Dr. Walter Flory studied cytotaxonomy of the 
amaryllis family. Within the department are 160 
majors from the junior and senior classes, with a 
substantial number of graduate students employed 
in intensive research. 




A grad student measures oxygen uptake of tissues in a differential 
respirometer. 




Robin blood is smeared on a slide for the pu 
pose of detecting protozoan parasites. 




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PHYSICS 

The Physics Department, this 
year, has taken the initiative in in- 
stigating a balance of teaching and 
research. The fact that four of its 
six members were invited to partici- 
pate in a discussion of this problem 
before the December American 
Physics Meeting in Nashville, Ten- 
nessee, shows that they have been 
successful. 

Several of the department mem- 
bers have gained recognition in 
areas other than their work at Wake 
Forest. Dr. Breheme worked dur- 
ing the past summer at M.I.T. on 
a study of using computers as 
physics tutors. This study proved 
that some computers actually make 
better tutors than people. Dr. 
Shields is on the program of an 
international meeting in Italy, 
where he will lead a session on 
irradiation effects in organic com- 
pounds. 




An experiment with the spectroscope indicates 
that two kinds of charges exist. 




Wake Forest students put together their own 
E.S.R. spectrometer for studying radiation 
damage of organic compounds. 




A graduate student operates the E.S.R. spec- 
trometer in an experiment. 



T. Turner i 








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Chemistry students find that 
philosophical abstraction. 



Scientific progress often begins in the test tube. 




CHEMISTRY 

The Chemistry Department's ef- 
forts to upgrade the undergraduate 
program were greatly enhanced this 
year by a special $11,000 grant for 
the improvement and addition of 
undergraduate laboratory equip- 
ment. Besides having access to the 
new equipment, the undergraduate 
can now attend the weekly depart- 
ment seminar and participate in 
summer research work sponsored by 
the National Science Foundation. 

In addition, the Chemistry De- 
partment offers opportunities for 
work toward an M.A. degree and 
acts as host for the meetings of 
certain groups of the Central North 
Carolina Section of the American 
Chemical Society. 




H. MiUer 
K. Purcell 



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Numerical abstract, 



MATH 

The Math Department developed 
their own theories of education as 
they added a new course to the cur- 
riculum's offerings. The experi- 
mental course was developed to aid 
in the transition from calculus prob- 
lem-solving to theoretical studies. 
Under the title Introduction to Axio- 
matic Methods, the course was 
offered to juniors and seniors in an 
attempt to introduce the subject 
material of upper division courses. 
Members of the department pro- 
vided community service in the role 
of consultants to industries who 
faced certain mathematical prob- 
lems. 




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ITilh mathematics we experiment with 
hers tvhich control, guide, and aid in daily life 



I. Gentry 



R. Gay 






F. Howard . j 
R. Johnson *f 
J. G. May 



W. G. May 



J. Sawyer I 
Seelbinder 
M. Wadrlill 




B. Seelbinder V ^W^ 



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Dr. Pritchard's oral exams give the student i 
opportunity to express his own ideas. 





Education through slides prepares the learner to teach. 



EDUCATION 

Prospective teachers at Wake Forest participated 
in a rigorous new training program under the auspi- 
ces of the Education Department. The block system 
of practice teaching was instituted in order to assure 
maximum exposure to the classroom and teaching 
methods in a minimum time period. Approximately 
one hundred students signed up for the fifteen hour 
course which included a six-day, six-weeks period 
of methods, administration, and secondary education. 
After the completion of the training period, the stu- 
dents were assigned to classrooms in the city and 
taught every day from eight to four. The one re- 
maining week in the semester was devoted to a con- 
centrated re-evaluation of the student's work as 
methods were related to practical experience. 




J. Memory 



C. Dickens 
T. Elmore 
J. Parker 



H. Preseren 

K. Pritchard 

S. Syme 



Dr. Preseren explains the art of lamenating to 
Audio-Visual Aids students. 




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BUSINESS 

The School of Business, through its Management 
Institute and affiliation with the Industrial Relations 
Center at the University of Chicago, has sponsored 
various programs and seminars this year offering to 
adults programs designed specifically for manage- 
ment development and self improvement. In the fall, 
night classes, taught by Wake Forest College faculty 
members or other qualified persons, were offered 
dealing with topics such as leadership, public speak- 
ing, and government finance. In the spring a Man- 
agement Seminar was held with the purpose of 
broadening the participants' understanding of man- 
agement functions and stimulating thinking in the 
area of individual effectiveness as an executive. The 
Seminar included discussions led by noted business- 
men. Two new courses, macro and microeconomic 
theory, were introduced this year. 

About 120 juniors and seniors are concentrating 
their studies in the School of Business and approxi- 
mately 150 freshmen and sophomores are working 
toward degrees in business administration. 




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Denn of the School of Business Administration, Gaines M Rogers. 




The Management Institute provides an oppor- 
tunity for businessmen employed at the lower 
and middle-management levels to develop a 
broadened outlook and strong leadership qaali- 




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Participants in the Management Seminar listen 
attentively to a visiting lecturer. 



Dr. Heath and Dr. Himan serve as Wake Forest advisors jar the Inter- 
collegiate Business Game and Conference held in Atlanta. 





Accounting statistics always pose problems to 
the business administration students. 



Business Administration prepares students for 
competitive challenges in the commercial world. 



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A graduate student discusses a current project 
in the seminar room in Salem Hall. 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 

The Division of Graduate Studies at Wake Forest 
is in the midst of a transition by which university 
status could be realized today, next week, or during 
the summer. Administrators say "within a year." 

Today, though, it's a graduate studies program, and 
there are 196 students enrolled. One hundred forty- 
seven of these men and women are here on the main 
campus in the departments of biology, mathematics, 
sociology and anthropology, English, psychology, 
physics, and education. Next year there will be more 
students and they will be in the religion and physical 
education departments. 

Climbing another step on the college-to-university 
ladder, the education department will begin this June 
the Master of Arts in education program. It has 
scheduled courses required for the insurance of the 
North Carolina Graduate Certificate since 1962. 



A lab instructor explains to students the why's behind the experiments. 




LAW 

Established in 1894, the Wake 
Forest Law School has steadily 
grown until it now has 193 students 
and eight faculty members. This 
year three institutes on "Continuing 
Legal Education" were conducted 
with the Law Schools of the Lhiiver- 
sity of North Carolina, Duke Uni- 
versity, and the North Carolina Bar 
Association. 

Articles by Professor James Web- 
ster, Jr., on "The Quest for Clear 
Land Titles," and by Dr. Robert E. 
Lee on "Leins on Personal Property 



Governed by Universal Commercial 
Code," have been published in the 
University of North Carolina Law 
Revieiv. 




First year students gather after class to discuss 
a controversial case with the professor. 




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BARBARA BRAZIL and JANET BOWKER, Editors 




^ti€>WMS 


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'^The more good things we are 




interested in, the more 




ardently we live." 





Francis Bacon 




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vy. 



HONORARIES 



"Ami if his name be George, 
I'll call him Peter; 
For new-made honour doth 

Forget men's names." 
William Shakespeare 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Anderson, Sherman Michael 

Andrew. William Michael 

Beale. Walter Henry 

Boone, Edward Everett 

Bratcher, Meredith Lynn 

Brock, Larry Lee 

Broyles, Jean Dianne Fields 

Buchanan, Anne Ballentine 

Burch, Beverly Anne 

Burch, Warner Miller 

Burchette, Mary Kathryn 

Canady, Paul Glenn 

Carlton, Patricia McCall 

Cheves, Elizabeth Anne 

Clendenin, Thurman Barrier, Jr. 

Combs, Julia R. 

Creighton, Dale West 

Elledgp, Mary Sue 



Farlow. Charlotte Elayne 
Fitzgerald. James Bryan 
Gokhale. Jayashree 
Griffin. Jesse Christopher, III 
Hamrick, Martha Rose 
Hardin, Richard Larry 
Harris. Suzanne 
Hendricks. Sara Adele 
Jenkins. Sarah Louise 
Joines, Lovina A. 
Manning. Jean Carol 
Pond, Patricia Anne 
Pruilt, Jerry Lee 
Seawright, Martha Ann 
Shelhorse, Judith K. 
Sherrill, Jane Garner 
Snead, Carol Ann 
Tolar. Vicki Lu 



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OMICRON DELTA KAPPA- 

ner, H. Smith, M. Andrew, ? 
C. Hemric, W. Jeffries, W, Pi 



-Ro,v one: Dr. Schoonmalcer, B. Sum- 
Gladtiing. Row two: D. McMurray, 
te, R. Fallis, S. Daniels. 



OMICRON 

DELTA 

KAPPA 

To recognize men who have made 
achievements in campus activities 
and to inspire others to make simi- 
lar attainments are the purposes of 
Omicron Delta Kappa, national 
honor and leadership fraternity. 

Twice annually memhership is 
awarded to outstanding junior, se- 
nior and graduate men on the basis 
of character, scholarship, and em- 
minence in the college community. 
Although ODK's main contribution 
to the campus is the individual 
activities of its members, its main 
project, in cooperation with Tassels, 
is the direction of the annual spring 
leadership conference for outstand- 
ing state high school students. 



TASSELS 

Membership in Tassels, Wake's 
only honorary exclusively for wom- 
en, is limited to junior and senior 
women. They are tapped biannually 
on the basis of scholastic standing, 
character, and outstanding leader- 
ship in areas of campus life includ- 
ing publications, student govern- 
ment, social and religious activities, 
and the arts. Honorary members 
of the organization are chosen from 
faculty and administration women 
who have made valuable contribu- 
tions to the school. Tassels, which 
has traditionally been a local or- 
ganization, is presently being 
considered for membership in 
Mortarboard, the national women's 
honorary society. 




TASSELS— fiow one: G. Looney, R. Hamrick, S. Pridgen, L. Co- 
wall. Row two: P. Pond, V. Tolar, J. Henderson. 



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WHO'S WHO 




Seated: Donald Richard McMurry, William Thomas Jeffries, Vicki Lu Tolar. Standing: Susan Capell Rabcnhorst, Bonnie Juliette Walthall, Kose 
Hamrick. William Michael Andrew. Thaddeus Kinga, Sam Templeman Gladding, Johnnie Morgan Jackson, Kenneth Robert Hausewald. 



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Seated at bottom: Sharwynne Gail Wilkins, Richard Carter Falli,. Faye M. Se.zer, John Sykes Barr. Standing: Flora Anne Hoffman. Alton Ande 
son Harper, Sylvia Elizabeth Pridgen. Seated top: Stephen Merritt Burns, Georgia NeU Looney, Lorraine Marilyn Cowall, Warren Leonard Pa 



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BETA BETA BETA— «o«> one: W, Parrish, W. Pittard, C. Webb 
B. Roseberry, B. Scott, P. Reed. K. Strasser, S. Arnold. Row two: 
D. Caldwell. J. Whisnant, J. Lasley, P. Holley, C. Adams. R. Blank, 
T. Templeton. S. Smith. Row three: J. Price. L. Crawford. M. Gentry, 
R. Hartman, B. Hough. P. Patrick. P. Hopkins. B. Coble. L. Fox. 
Row lour: D. Griffin, J. Fouyille. K. Hendrycy. K. Hauswald. H. Flynn, 
P. Somers, D. Horner, W. Hutton. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

The primary interest of Alpha 
Epsilon Deha, honorary pre-medical 
fraternity, is the presentation of 
programs of interest to scholars in 
the pre-medical sciences. This year 
members saw several films of topics 
from skin grafting to correction of 
an aneurysm. A program on pre- 
medical training was presented by 
Dr. Tuttle, director of admissions 
at Bowman Gray. 



BETA BETA BETA 

Beta Beta Beta, honorary biology 
fraternity, seeks to cultivate inter- 
est in the natural sciences and to 
promote a better appreciation of the 
values of iiiological study. In at- 
taining these goals, Tri-Beta held 
bi-monthly meetings with guest 
speakers and sent delegates to the 
District Convention at the Univer- 
sity of South Carolina and the 
National Convention in Washing- 
ton, D. .C. 




ALPHA EPSILON DELTA— Row one: J. Marshall, B. Schulenburg, 
D. Matthicu. W. Pittard. Row two: L. Crawford. R. Hartman. D. Cald- 
well, J. Whisnant, H. Flynn. Row three: R. Blank, K. Hauswald, 
S. Beuttel, T. White, Dr. Dimmick. Advisor. 




GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon, national 
chemistry honorary, tried to reacti- 
vate itself this year and achieve its 
dual purpose of promoting fellow- 
ship among outstanding chemistry 
students and doing departmental 
service projects. At monthly meet- 
ings chemistry faculty members dis- 
cussed their respective graduate 
schools. A departmental newsletter, 
the Crystal, was published and oc- 
casional social activities were spon- 
sored by the group. 



GAMMA SIGMA I I'MI i)\ /,„„ one: J. Arney. S. Wilson. J. Hen- 
dricks, S. Harris. C. % ar,i. J. Whisnant. Row two: S. Beutlel. C. 
Biernbaum. B. Schulenberg. L. Crawford. T. Griffin, D. Wooster. Row 
three: R. Hartman, C. Boss, W. Farmer, T. White, H. Malone, E. 



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KAPPA MU EPSILON 

The national fraternity for out- 
standing math students is Kappa Mu 
Epsilon. The vocationally-oriented 
organization has as its basis a three- 
fold purpose of promotion of inter- 
est in math on campus, creation of 
a closer fellowship among math 
scholars, and recognition of out- 
standing achievement in the field of 
mathematics. Besides several lec- 
tures and discussions held through- 
out the year, the club sponsored a 
Christmas banquet and a spring 
picnic. 




KAPPA MU EPSILON— RoH- one: D. Gill, L. Joines. D. May. B. Had- 
don. Ro:c two: J. Green, L. Mitchell. L. Beltis, K. Hughes, C. Holt. 
Row three: F. Griffin, T. Flory. R. Williams, L. Cain. 




PHI ALPHA THETA 

The crest of Phi Alpha Theta, 
national honorary history frater- 
nity, is a globe encircled by a tail- 
swallowing snake, which represents 
learning about the present from the 
past. The group held monthly 
meetings at which they discussed 
matters of current historical inter- 
est and the "how's and why's" of 
going to graduate school. This year 
their special project was the presen- 
tation of a paper at the mid-winter 
national convention in New York. 



PHI ALPHA THETA— Row one: J. Wuertenberger, H. McBe 
Price, L. Hood. C. Snead, R. Hardin. Row two: F. Flynn, H. Haller, 
R. Washington, A. Whitfield, B. Clendenin, P. Exum. Row three: 
M. Henry, D. Bartlett, L. Brock, J. Schaler, Dr. Perry, Advisor, R. 
Harris. 



PHI EPSILON KAPPA 

The Alpha Lambda chapter of 
the national physical education 
honorary, Phi Epsilon Kappa, met 
twice a month this year. Its projects 
included administering the motor 
ability tests during orientation, 
sponsoring the Black and Blue 
faculty-PEK basketball game, offi- 
ciating at track events, and publish- 
ing the Black and Gold Bulletin. 




PHI EPSILON KAPPA— Row am 
J. Shaw, H. Spear, T. Rosemond. 
R. Oplinger, L. Leatherwood. E. 1 
Barrow, Advisor, P. Crinkley, J. 
Stroupe. T. Cole. P. Renn. 



; S. Swails. D. Myers. D. Masline, 
Row two: D. Jamback, C. Ewald, 
larker. J. Powell. Row three: Dr. 
Sepic, D. Ferezan, N. Scott, D. 



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DELTA PHI ALPHA 

The goal of the Delta Phi Alpha 
honorary German fraternity is the 
enhancement of the study of Ger- 
man — as a language, as a literary 
tool, and as a medium of culture. 
At monthly meetings, professors of 
German, history and political sci- 
ence spoke on the literature and 
politics of Germany. 




DELTA PHI ALPHA-ffm,. o^e: R. Slewart, A. Cheves. Row two: 
R. Panlera, W. Finlal.ir, W. Beale. 




ETA SIGMA PHI 

To recognize outstanding scholar- 
ship in Greek and Latin, students 
are inducted into Eta Sigma Phi, 
the national classical language fra- 
ternity. Throughout the year na- 
tional and international scholars 
presented lectures on the campus. 
In the spring the fraternity held its 
annual initiation ceremony which 
was conducted in Latin. 



ETA SIGMA PHI— «ow one: J. Hauck. S. 
Barlow, S. Wright, T. Jenkins. Row two: 
J. Biggerstaff, S. Seanor, B. Templeton, R. 
Sctlgley, R. Harris. Row three: L, Brock, H. 
Colvard, K. Quale, C. Siringfield. 



PHI SIGMA IOTA 

A small French dictionary around 
a student's neck this year was an 
indication that he was being initi- 
ated into Phi Sigma Iota, national 
language fraternity. At monthly 
supper meetings, the members pre- 
sented programs on French or 
Spanish literature to achieve their 
purpose of getting to know the peo- 
]ile, tiiought, culture and literature 
of both countries. 




PHI .SIGMA IOTA— Row one 

N. Thompson, Row two: J. He 
Row three: P. Cana.ly. C. Ca'^l 



R. Hamrick. S. Elledge. E. Steifle 
clerson, N. Lesko. S. Brann, C. Exum 
y. J. Williams, W. Melson. 



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SCABBARD AND BLADE 

To be elected to the honorary 
military fraternity of Scabbard and 
Blade, an advanced ROTC cadet 
must show leadership ability and 
overall excellence in the ROTC 
program. This year the group par- 
ticipated in a ROTC orientation and 
promotion program in local high 
schools and took charge of the blood 
drive on campus. 



SCABBARD AND BLADE— Row o 
Roseborough, W. Jeffries, G. Slieffe 
S. Burns, R. Givens, T. Rovster. 



?: S. Gfadding, Major Wliite, J. 
Row two: D. Wilson, B. Boldt, 



PERSHING RIFLES 

Any ROTC cadet may apply and go through a 
training period to become a member of the Pershing 
Rifles military science fraternity. Pledges armed 
with white wooden rifles guard the women's dorms 
in the fall. The purpose of the organization is to 



foster a spirit of friendship and cooperation among 
men in the military and to promote a highly efficient 
drill company. In trying to achieve this goal, the 
group held four bivouacs and participated in drill 
meets and parades. 



PERSHIPJG RIFLES— Roio one: S. Sweet, J. Nex, D. Reinliardt, L. Jennings, Sweetlieart, Judy Nanney, J. Kinctieloe, E. Moore, J. Humpfiries, 
Captain Perltins. Row two: J. Miller, T. Mutton, D. Walters, C. Ivey, R. Brown, T. Boyles, D. Glendenning, D. Plummer, B. Sharpe, B. Lish. Row 
three: P. Holley, D. Bridges, D, Wood, D. Burton, J. Watson, W. Eliason, J. Reynolds, M. Mulkey, B. Picon, J. Ellis. Row four: D. Taliferro, S. 
Ours, J. This, S. Darnell, R. Goard, B. Robinson, G. Hall, D. Loftin, K. Aronhime, B. Mauney. Row five: G. Allen, C. Kirkpatrick, D. Miech, G. Kuhn, 
T. Shouse, B. Toburen, J. Williamson, J. Warren, W. Taylor. 




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COMMUNICATIONS 

"Speech is civilization itself. The word, even the 
most contradictory word, preserves contact — it 
is silence which isolates.'^ 

Thomas Mann 




PUBLICATIONS BOARD, STUDENT MEMBERS— ie/t lo right: 
W. Boileau, R. Fallis, S. Pridgen, W. Gordon, F. Setzer. 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD. FACULTY MEMBERS— 1<-/( to right: 
Mr. J.m Cook, Mr. Bynurn Sliaw, and Dr. Edwin Wilson. 



PUB BOARD SPONSORS 
SECOND ANNUAL 
JOURNALISM WORKSHOP 

In addition to grinding out its weekly, monthly, 
and annual contributions to the literary world. Pub 
Board sponsored for the second consecutive year 
the E. E. Folk Journalism Workshop. Held April 




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11-12 the workshop brought to the campus leading 
men in the publishing field, among them Walt Fried- 
enberg of the Scripps-Howard Service, Gerald John- 
son, retired editor of the Baltimore Sun, and Neil 
Morgan, managing editor of the San Diego Times. 

The board, composed of the editors and business 
managers of the three publications and three faculty 
members, also determines campus advertising policy, 
handles dll matters of joint concern among the publi- 
cations, and elects in the spring editors and business 
managers for the coming year. 



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At the workshop students get pointers at what 
to look for in a good picture and view exam- 
ples of various photographic techniques. 








Dr. E. E. Folk, absent in the fall due to illness, 
returned for his last semester at fTake in time 
for the journalism workshop which bears his 



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BUSINESS STAFF— Z,e/( to right: Business 
Manager, Eddie Boone, Bill Lambe, and Bill 
Overman. 




Faye Setzer, Editor-in-Chief 



EDITORIAL BOARD— Sea/erf hit to right: Judy White, Cassandra 
Martin. Barbara Brazil. Standing left to right: Charles Hardin, Terry 
Fuller, Dottie Daigneault, Janet Bowker. 




Brooks Stillwell, Associate Editor and Cathy Hall, Managing Editor. 






lOTIS 




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GENERAL STAFF— Seated : B. Shaw, J. Hull, M. Pettit, A. Patrick, S. Anderson, M. Stiff. Row two: S. Powers, G. Shankle, M. Pregnall, P. Coble 
B, Curl, S. Oakley, K. Pagliara, N. Murdock. Row three: W. Ford, S. Oetken, J. Cross, B. Luker, C. Brown, C. Corvey, D. White. 



HOWLER '67 IS LARGEST EDITION YET 



Between filling fifty square feet 
of new bulletin board space and 
traveling to the snack shop, an at- 
tempt was made to publish a dis- 
tinctive and colorful histoi-y of 
1966-67 at Wake Forest. Many 
innovations and firsts were incor- 
porated into this year's Howler. 
For the first time in the sixty-five 
year history of the book, full color 
was used extensively throughout the 
introduction. The type of printing 
was changed from letterpress to 
offset allowing greater choice of 
picture material and more freedom 
in design and layout. 



Appropriately, the largest staff 
in Howler history compiled and 
edited the largest edition yet. 
Thirty-six pages were added allow- 
ing more extensive coverage of all 
phases of campus life. Major 
changes were made in academic 
coverage as individual pictures of 
faculty members replaced the for- 
mal group pictures of past years. 
A mosaic style of layout was used 
exclusively throughout the intro- 
ductory section of the book giving 
those pages a more informal ap- 
pearance than in the past. 



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Sylvia Priclgen. Editor-in-Chief. 



OLD GOLD CREATES 
TYPICAL CONTROVERSY 




Assistant Editor, Ralph Simpson, and Managing Editor, Henry Bostic. 



The Old Gold and Black, as proud of its fighting 
tradition as ever, continued to bear the colors of con- 
flict as it hammered at such strongholds as student 
government, the administration, and Woman's Gov- 
ernment Association. New frontal attacks this year 
included the Honor System and Who's Who. A rela- 
tively quiet first semester recorded headlines such 
as Tribble's resignation, quickly followed by that 
of the Dean of the College. Top stories consistently 
broke on Friday immediately before the news dead- 
line, plunging the staff into the panic appropriate 
for a newspaper office. 

The editor ordered a rehabilitation week before 
exams in order for the staff to complete 19 term 
papers. After registration, the office crew gathered 
a second wind and plunged into a grabbag of new 
stories determined to find controversy in the conven- 
tional. 

The old news in the paper took on a new look as 
the printing process became more complicated. 
Letterpress type and offset picture reproduction were 
combined to offer clearer pictures, up-to-date sports 
stories, and reading that was easier on the eyes. 



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BUSINESS STAFF— Lc/( to right: Bill Lambe, Dick Heidgerd, 
Business Manager. Bill Gordon, and Lucy Holton. 




EDITORIAL BOARD— fe/f to right: Ralph Simpson, Henry Bostic, 
Linda Levi. 



GENERAL STAFF— Le/f to right: B. Ross, B. Robinson, L. Ford, 
G. Lawrence. L. Carter, D. Stokes, S. Bennett, J. D. Wilson, S. Bar- 
low. S. Savage. 






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Assistant Editors Tim Brown 
December issue. 



nd Bill Twyjord read proofs /or the 



"THE STUDENT" 
RECEIVES 
ITS FIRST 
ALL-AMERICAN 

After beginning the year by announcing The Stu- 
dent's first Ail-American Award, Editor Richard 
Fallis made several miajor changes in the format of 
the campus general interest magazine. Five new 
departments were added to the publication: movies, 
books, travel, records, and "soap box," a provocative 
invitation to students to voice their opinions. In an 
attempt to better appeal to a divergent student body, 
each issue of The Student was developed around a 
central theme. Five installments were distributed 
this year, the first of which centered auound the 
Winston-Salem community. Succeeding issues fo- 
cused on such topics as student protest and the edu- 
cational rat race on college campuses. Interviews 
with campus personalities, picture stories, and other 
feature articles emphasized each issue's theme and 
accompanied the standard collection of prose and 
poetry. The Student publications were critical but 
constructive commentaries on campus attitudes and 
life. 



Editor, Richard Fa 




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EDITORIAL BOARD— ie/( to right: Sarah Jenkins. M. Bratchei. 
N. Murdoch. S. Everett. M. Anderson, A. Cheves. W. Beale. 



Editor Fallis posts another bulletin on the 
office's pin-up board. 





BUSINESS STAFF— Le/( to right: D. Baldwin, C. McCartney, 
ness Manager, W. Boileau. W. Godwin. 



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WFDD EXPANDS 

IN PROGRAM AND RANGE 

WFDD, "the voice of Wake Forest," has undergone 
several changes this year under the leadership of the 
station manager. Ken Johnson. With a voltage in- 
crease from 10 to 36,000 watts, the radio station has 
been able to expand its range to include an eighty- 
mile radius. Several local firms and an expressly 
formed group raised funds to purchase the equip- 
ment that is responsible for the expanded range and 
new year-round broadcasting, portions of which are 
in stereo. Found at 650'on the AM dial and 88.1 on 
the FM dial, the station is currently broadcasting for 
ten hours each weekday. The "Deaconlite Serenade" 
still remains the most popular show scheduled by 
the station. It is aired weeknights from ten o'clock 
until midnight. Variety is the key in the other pro- 
grams offered by WFDD which range from classical 
and popular music, to news, lectures, and other spe- 
cials. 



Station Manager Ken Johnson is responsible for the general format 
of procedure from coordination of departments to types of programs 
aired. 



DEPARTMENT HEADS— Row one: K. John- 
son, R. Greenberg, B. Beale, P. Thomas, Dr. 
J. Burroughs. Row two: D. Roberts, H. Foster, 
J. Searle. K. Martin. 




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Out at the transmitter site, Chief Engineer 
Lewis Kanoy adjusts the antenna cable. 





In Studio A of the station. Dr. Burrough's 
daughter tapes a radio drama to be broadcast 
for neighboring schools. 



Larry Pegram takes his shift at the WFDD 
microphone. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

^"Let every man make known what kind of 
government would command his respect,'' 
Henry David Thoreau 




Leaders of student organizations meet with 
Dr. Tribble to discuss mutual problems of 
students and administration. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
PUSHES CHANGE 
AND REORGANIZATION 

Action and iiniovations were the aims and accom- 
plishments of the Student Government in 1966-67. 
Although initially plagued by personnel turnovers, 
the political machinery functioned with a new-found 
efficiency, and gained an unprecedented amount of 
prestige with students and administration. Under 
President Butch Pate, SG created a new committee 
which coordinated the scheduling of campus social 
functions, and instituted regular meetings with Dr. 
Tribble to discuss campus problems. In addition. 
Student Government finally achieved its goal of hav- 
ing professors names listed in class schedule booklets, 
sponsored the annual all-campus Christmas party for 
local orphans, and the banquet for Piedmont area 
business leaders. Most importantly, SG assumed the 
direction of Challenge '67, which had been instituted 
in 1965, and pledged to be responsible for future Fall 
Carnivals, a new Wake tradition started this year by 
the Junior Class. 



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President, Butch Pate 




Vice-President, Chip Cooper 



Secretaries, Katy Jo Vargo and Dayna Tate 





Treasurer, Mike Ray 



Redecorating operations took 
a week this jail. 



the Student Government office for 



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STUDENT LEGISLATURE— /?o«i one: V. CampbclL B. Shaw, K. Vaughan, A. Bingham, B. Price, 
D. Gill, L. Fah-y, S. Gia.i.linn. Row two: J. Grttrs, B. Homan, P. Gale, D. Baldwin, S. Umstead, 
B. Howell, B. Shulenberg, J. Snyder. Row three: S. Bigelow, C. Hibbert, S. Long, T. Ginn, A. 
Viehman, H, Stanback. Row jour: M. Gunter, B. Umbel, P. Long, D. Griffin, C. Myers, J. Shefier. 



Remodeled offices and legislative assembly room 
were the external gloss for a student government 
which seemed to have acquired a new-found direction 
and movement. SG supported the drive for more 
student enthusiasm with bus caravans to games, pep 
rallies and a thundering victory cannon. In an effort 
to better finance worthy projects, the legislature 
subsidized the Fall Carnival and Senior Week. The 
executive branch began a re-evaluation of the pres- 
ent Student Body Constitution which is to result in 
a proposal for major revision of the SG structure 
within the next year. 

In its most important long range project, the Stu- 
dent Government began planning for a new College 
Union Building in a joint project with the CU. The 
committee continues its work and hopes to obtain 
final approval for the building in the near future. 



Hutch Pate outlines Student Government activities for the year at 
Orientation Assembly. 




Busy Student Legislators catch up < 



rest while awaiting their cohorts. 




During a February Chapel program, student leaders answered qw 
tions previously submitted by students, concerning such topics as th 
CU building, Saturday classes, and late permission for coeds. 



Coach Tate and Chip Cooper examine the can- 
non given to the student body by the Athletic 
Department to boost school spirit and support 
for football games. 



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MEN'S Jl'DICIAL HOAKU— Roio o 
ford. W. Overman. C. Mclntyrc. Ron 
Dr. I. Gentry, Dr. T. Turner. 



D. Davies. H. Smith, T. Shu- 
vo: Dr. H. King, Dr. P. Gross, 




Chairman, Hoke Smith 



MEN'S JUDICIAL BOARD 
PASSES THIRD YEAR 
OF CONTROVERSY 

In its third year as the campus' only joint com- 
mittee on which students and faculty members have 
equal votes, the Men's Judicial Board continued to 
be a center of controversy. Under pereimial attack 
by student leaders and the campus newspaper, the 
board, which tries cases involving conduct charges 
against male students, continued to operate under an 
informal outline of procedure instead of written 
statutes. 

The board is composed of six faculty members 
chosen by the college, and five elected students from 
the three upper classes. Its sixth student member is 
elected by the preceding board. The board this 
year attempted to make students more familiar with 
its functions through participation in a fall chapel 
program. 



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COUNCIL INTERPRETS 
HONOR SYSTEM 
FOR STUDENTS 

This year's Honor Council initiated a theme 
focused on recognition of the individual student's 
role. In accordance, the Council wrote a special 
pamphlet about the Wake Forest Honor system to 
distribute to the students. To broaden the outlook of 
the system, a supper forum, which is to become a 
yearly session, was held for the first time with Honor 
Councils from the Uniyersity of Virginia, Davidson 
and Salem. At the University of Virginia, the Coun- 
cil participated in the third annual conference of 
Honor Councils from Southeastern colleges and 
universities. 



HONOR COUNCIL— Row one: E. Steifle, B. Walthall, L. Cowall, B. 
Sumner. S. Edwards. J. Norris. S. Flynn. Row two: B. Templeton, 
J. Crosswhite, S. Hrom, B. Lambe, S. Kellev, C. Tucker. J. Rich, E. 
Hallman, R. Ferrell. 




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Auctioneer Clai 
in the WGA\ 




nt, Andy Gunn. 



WGA REORGANIZES PROCEDURE, 
STRESSES BETTER 
COMMUNICATION 

Bigger responsibility and better representation was 
the theme of the year for the Women's Government 
Association. Giving more prestige to the position 
of hall counselor, a new system was adopted under 
which hall counselors took over the closing of the 
dorms and underwent a spring orientation period 
to familiarize them with their new jobs. Further, 
counselors took turns attending meetings of the 
Executive Council in order to have better communi- 
cations between the girls and the Council. A variety 
of activities was offered this year through the joint 
efforts of the FWAC and Functions Committees. 
These activities included the traditional big sister- 
little sister picnic, a bridge tournament, an auction, 
and four career seminars. On the whole, the system 
made progress and organizational changes which will 
be effective for several years. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIl^/?ou' one: E. Steifle, 
B. Walthall M. Black. M. Frost. B. Schulen- 
burg. Row two: B. Brazil, D. Snapp. V. Tolar, 
W. Farmer, D. Baldwin. J. Norris. Row three: 
J. Bowker. S. Rabenhorst. S. Umstead. 





Dr. Allen, Dr. Williams, and Dr. Earle conduct a panel discussion 
during the seminar on careers in biology, psychology, and sociology. 




Miss Crisp gives some emergency first-aid instruction to 
lors as part of their training program. 



hall counse- 



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FINE ARTS 



'As the sun colors flowers. 

So does art color life." 

Sir John Lubbock 




Art Buchwald, whose appearance was a highlight of thi: 
series, gives a typical animated commentary. 



CU-SPONSORED 
EVENTS ACTIVATE 
CAMPUS LIFE 

With a larger budget than ever 
before, the College Union played 
an important role in the life of 
Wake Forest students. The increase 
of the student activity fee to ten dol- 
lars a year provided the C.U. with 
a budget of $32,000, which was 
used in sponsoring combo parties, 
the Homecoming and Christmas 
dances, the New York theatre trip, 
and several successful concerts. 
Among the artists featured were 
the Bitter End Singers, Anthony and 
the Imperials, the Dukes of Dixie- 
land, Ferrante and Teicher, and 
the Four Seasons. The art exhibits 
in Humanities, the lecture series, 
and the twice weekly movie all 
brought a sampling of culture to 
Wake Students. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— Rou. one: V. Tredway, A. Oilnm, P. Hawk- 
ins, S. Gladding, J. Gerrish, M. R.diinson. Row tuv: J. Marlin, S. 
Kelley, C. Hemric, R. Johnson, J. Kinclieloe, J. Barr. 



Once a month the Fine Arts Committee sponsored an art exhibit 
Humanities featuring various techniques and artists. 




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As in all years past. Dr. Thane McDonald con- 
ducts his '^best choir ever." 



CHRISTMAS SEASON 

HIGHLIGHTS THE YEAR 

FOR COLLEGE VOCAL GROUPS 

Early in September the eighty-six selected mem- 
bers of the chapel choir began their preparations for 
a busy year. In addition to frequent appearances in 
chapel, the group prepared Benjamin Britten's "A 
Ceremony of Carols" for Christmas, Mary Caldwell's 
"Of Time and Eternity" for the Magnolia Festival, 
and were a part of the all-city mixed choir for Dr. 
Billy Graham's service in November. Selected from 
the main chapel choir are members of the touring 
choir, the Singing Deacs, a male quartet, and a new 
female trio, the Deacon Belles. The Madrigals are 
a student sponsored group who perform fifteenth and 
sixteenth century music at special campus concerts 
and on tour. 



CHOIR MEMBERS— Sopranos; M. Anrlrews, P. Beshears, B. Brock, T. Cheek, S. Davis, J. Furgurson, J. Hendrix, L, Hinson, K. Holliday, J. How- 
ard. M. Hushes. P. Hunt, L. Jordan. S. Kinsey, J. Nanney, N. Outlaw, J. Pfister, P. Pond, S. Ramon, J. Scaro. S. Scott, C. Talbott, S. Turner, S. West. 
Alios: B. Austin, P. Brown, P. Carnes, S. Dowd, C. Fields, M. Hager, C. Hahn, S. Henderson, S. Howard, C. Huneycutt, S. McLean, B. Maddrey, S. 
Milam, S. Nance, C. Norfleet, A. Phillips, J. Preston, B. Smith, H. Smithson, P. Turner. Tenors: D. Abernethy, B. Boldt, T. Burns, C. Calloway, J. 
Collins, D. Elliot, E. Caddy, R. Joslin, C. Kirkland, D. Loftin. R. McCord, W. Melson, P. Orser, P. Saylor, W. Vernon, S. Whitley, J. Womble. Basses: 
R. Beshears, C. Boss, C. Caskey, J. Chapman, N. Cleark, J. Collins, E. Dalton, C. Dashiel, J. Davis, R. Dunning, M. Galloway, D. Hall, E. Hallman, 
F. Hollifield, J. Mann, K. Martin, L. Melton, D. Melvin, C. Settle. T. Shelton. C. Smith. C. Waif, C. Webb, H, Whitley, L. Wilson. 




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one of their twice-weehly practices, choir members Susan Scott 
' Pat Hunt concentrate on their L's and N's. 




ORGAN GVnLB— Standing: D. Robinson, S. 
Dowd. V. Luckadoo, E. Below, D. Loftin. 
Seated: J. Kennedy, E. Bouldin, N. Morgan. 



MADRIGAL SINGERS— ie/i to Right: h. Weeks, D. Redding, J. 
Best, B. Roseberry, S. Whitley, C. Fields, W. Johnson, E. Nicholson, 
S. Eddinger, C. Boss. 




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Golden sousnphones iv 
addition to the Wake 



■re a neiv and impressiv 
Forest Band this year 




BAND OFFICERS— Le/r to right: Vice-President, Jon Rosborough, 
PresiHent. Jim Knight, and Secretary-Treasurer, Lauren Minton. 



BAND BOOSTS WAKE'S 
SPIRIT AT RALLIES, 
GAMES, AND CONCERTS 

The enthusiasm of the students and the arranging 
and directing talents of Dr. Calvin Huber made this 
year a highly successful one for our bands. Boosting 
spirit at pep rallies and football games, the Marching 
Deacons and smaller groups such as the Pep Band 
and Stage Band provided extra enjoyment for the 
student body. The combined Concert and Varsity 
Bands made a record, "Songs of Wake Forest." With 
the Concert Band's successful spring tour of eight 
high schools, the year was brought to a close. 



Spirits 



the Pep Band strikes up "Dixie." 



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BAND— «ow one: J. Stone, M. Hord, H. Ferbert, K. Steigerwald, S. Shoaf, C. Slill, B. Huston, 
J. Knight, D. Masline, K. Johnson, G. Eggers, H. Malone, D. Hobbs, L. Preslar, M. Horton. C. David, 
B. Ervin, K. Hollifiold. D. Wells, J. Triplett, C. Biernbaum, M. Turbeville. Row two: D. White, 
S. Bowman, M. Gray. S. Wright, L. Taylor, S. Lane, G. Grove, R. Honeycutt, D. Slaton, W. Bryant. 
Row three: F. Donaldson. R. Crocket, C. Holt, S. Sweet, E. Marsalis, D. Parris, N. Gallagher, 
J. Slone, J. Slate. Row four: S. Huffstetler. R. Main, F. Gilbert, R. Murdock, J. Starmer, D. Inge, 
J. Greenhaugh. G. Carter, E. Morgan. P. Cristman. Row fire: T. Newton, H. Arsenault, S. Durum, 
A. Ludwig, J. Vantrease, R. Higgins. R. White. J. Garner. T. Nixon, J. Shafer. Roiv six: B. Walley, 
D. Meyer. R. Dutcher. J. Williams, E. Richardson, G. McNabb, S. Dekien, M. Teague, S. Searl, L. 
Weeks, J. Stephens, M. Leepeg, M. Mason, D. Casque, J. Humphries, J. Hyatt. 




MAJORETTES 



Donna May 



Becky Wyl 



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"The Mght Before Christmas" was the theme 
of the Maritimers' special Christmas program 
for underprivileged children. 



MARITI\IEK5^/fo.r one: H. McBee, A. Peale. F. Hoffir 
sf-r, H. B.rgen. Row two: N. Patterson, L. Minton. C 
Elliot. J. Shallcross, M. Stwie. 




Orchesis members Georgie Looney, Susan Arnold, and Willi Krapels 
demonstrate an interpretive routine. 



ORCHESIS AND 
MARITIMERS 

Two extra-curricular organiza- 
tions, the Orchesis Club and Mari- 
timers, provided Wake coeds with 
a welcome break from studies as 
well as an opportunity to increase 
skill in modern dance and synchro- 
nized swimming. This year's pres- 
entation by the Orchesis Dance 
Club was "Under the Big Top." By 
coordinating her own routine, each 
girl gained a greater understanding 
of interpretive dance. The mari- 
timers scheduled two shows this 
year, a water adaptation of "The 
Night Before Christmas" and a 
spring program with a surprise 
theme. 




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DEBATE TEAM— Row one: D. Leader, P. McMurry, L. Abernalhy, 
C. Day. Row two: P. Pettyjohn, D. Wilson, G. Spencer. Row three: 
R. Anderson. Dr. Shirley, Advisor. 





The If est Point debate team prepares its re- 
buttal at the Novice Debate Tournament spon- 
sored this year by Wake. 



Wake Forest debater Irwin Coffield presents his case as colleague 
Duke Wilson listens at the Dixie Classic Tournament here. 



DEBATE TEMl 

Through competition in speech, the Wake Forest 
debate team offers an opportunity to broaden knowl- 
edge in a particular area and to learn logical organi- 
zation of thoughts and expression. The topic for 
debate this year was "Resolved: That the United 
States should substantially reduce its foreign policy 
commitments." Besides sponsoring three debate 
tournaments on campus, the team also traveled to 
compete at such schools as Dartmouth, Duke, Emory, 
and the U.S. Naval Academy. 




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Robert Grant gave a memorable performance 
in the Brecht drama presented in March. 



COLLEGE THEATER 

"Variety is the spice of life" was the aim of this 
year's College Theater productions, and the direc- 
tors adequately achieved their goal through stage 
designing and varied types of plays. 

The first play of the season, Moliere's comic mas- 
terpiece, "The Misanthrope," used costumes of 
"haute couture" and "op" art stage designs. The 
set for Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" was a three- 
sided interior of a room with the audience observing 
the action through the open side. To further di- 
versify this year's selections, the "Caucasian Chalk 
Circle" emphasized the "alienation effect" of its 
author, Bertolt Brecht, and mocked Communism. 



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The College Theater's unique set design and 
staging dramatically emphasize the tone of 
Bertolt Brecht's "'Caucasian Chalk Circle." 







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In a scene from Moliere's comedy, "The Misan- 
thrope" Calvin Stringfield delivers a message 
to Mickey Finn as Marsha Cannada listens. 





NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS— /e/c to right: D. Sayers, 
S. Gambill, F. Hoffman. 




Lighting and sound are effected from the maze 
of switches on the console in one of the two 
control rooms. 



Aspiring poet Dennis Sayers expresses his un- 
dying affection to Marsha Cannada in "The 
Misanthrope." 





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A full month of hectic preparation went into the 
College Theatre's winter production of Henrik Ibsen's 
A Doll's House. Dr. Tedford directed the procenium 
play which was characterized by fine acting. In addi- 
tion, the set designed by Mr. Bennison proved to be 
magnificent. 




In a costume room equipped with sewing machines, costume mistress 
Virginia Jones cuts out a design by Dr. Tedford. 



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Dr. Harold Tedjord, head of the College Theater, criticizes the 
hearsal from a safe distance. 





Charles Harrill and Mickey Finn construct part 
of the set in the theater workshop as some of 
the girls paint flats. 





d Steve Martin rehearse their roles as husband 



Members of the cast participated in. a make-up workshop for students 
from Take, Salem, and local high schools. 



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RELIGION 

''So many gods, so many creeds. 

So many paths that wind and ivind. 
While just the art of being kind 

Is all the sad world needs." 

Ella Wheeler Wilcox 



BSU WORKS THROUGH 
IMPROVED COMMITTEE 
STRUCTURE 

Baptists and non-Baptist students joined together 
to form the nine committees which worked to make 
the Baptist Student Union a well-organized and 
active group. Supper forums, held in Tanglewood 
park and the BSU Center, brought many students 
together for recreation and informative lectures and 
discussions on such pertinent subjects as "What is 
Honor?" and "Why a University?". Every week 
night, vesper services were held in Davis Chapel 
with filmstrips, organ music, discussions, or guest 
speakers. Members of the BSU also had the oppor- 
tunity of working with social problems of the under- 
privileged through the Patterson Avenue Home Proj- 
ect. Highlighting the activities of the organization 
this year, the State Activities Committee welcomed 
students from other colleges to the BSU Convention 
held here. Approximately five hundred students at- 
tended the Novem])er meeting, the theme of which 
was "Faith in Learning." 




The Appalachian State Choir sings in Wait Chapel at the opening 
of the Baptist Student Union Convention on November 4. 



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BSU EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— flow one: S. Gladding, President, 
B. Ervin, L. Callaway, Freshmen Council President, E. Christman, 
Director. Row two: H. Robinson, S. Riggs, R. Hamrick. S. Scott, P. 
Pond, J. Nanney, N. Morgan. Row three: M. A. Tolbert. K. Barnes, 
B. Murdock, D. Knight, F. Morgan, L. Crawlord. R. Hedgepath. 



Co-ed Sharon Dowd plays carols during the BSV Christmas Party 
for children from the Patterson Avenue Mission. 




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Methodist campus minister David Riffe, he 
advising Kaye Sergeant, also serves as spons^ 
of the Great Decisions discussion group. 





Students and luggage pile up in front of Wingate Hall as the Pre- 
School Retreat gets off to a start. 



INTERDENOMINATIONAL 

CENTER SPONSORS 

"GREAT DECISION" PROGRAM 

The loosely organized Interdenominational Center 
promotes campus religious and intellectual inter- 
ests through its varied programs and facilities. The 
center provides a large proportion of freshmen with 
their first look at Wake Forest through the annual 
Pre-School Retreat. Later in the year, the group 
sponsors the Great Decisions discussion group on 
foreign policy and world affairs. 



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"Volunteer help'' help themselves in the Attic. 
Lejt to right: David Riffe, Father Begley, Bill 
Merrill, and Ed Christman. 



The Attic provides a place for a welcome study 
break for students on a typical week night. 




One of the Center's major proj- 
ects is the operation of the Attic 
in the top of the library. The coffee 
shop was saved from closing by the 
offer of volunteer help from local 
denominational groups, and has re- 
mained open on that basis as a 
place for study breaks and fellow- 
ship. Also, the group sponsored 
the annual New York Seminar over 
the Thanksgiving holidays, focus- 
ing this year on "Today's man in 
tomorrow's world." 



On the New York Seminar trip over semester 
break, Wake Forest travelers dine at Emilia's 
Italian Restaurant in Greenwich Village. 



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;>V^ SERVICE & SPECIAL INTEREST 



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"7; is our obligation to ourselves and to civiliza- 
tion to see to it that every willing hand is kept 
at work." 

Adlai Stevenson 




CIRCLE K—Row one: S. Gladding, J. Martin, D. Abernathy, D. 
Riordan. Row two: B. Stillwell, J. Sheffer, G. Riley, i. Rosborough. 
Row three: J. Byrd, D. Hoyle, T. Ginn, D. Wobdall. 



CIRCLE K FOCUSES 
ON REBUILDING 

Circle "K" Club, sponsored by 
the local Kiwanis Club, provides a 
forum across social barriers by in- 
cluding both fraternity and house- 
men, who lead in publications, 
government, religious and social 
organizations. At dinner meetings 
speaker topics range from athletics 
to business. The club's major proj- 
ect was the organization of a spring 
weekend to give prospective fresh- 
men a first-hand view of Wake. 



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A YEAR OF CONTINUED 
SERVICE FOR APO 

1967 was a busy year for Alpha Phi Omega 
which, as always, emphasized service projects. Be- 
ginning early, the APO's served incoming Deacons 
as Orientation guides and gathered information to 
print their campus student directory. In the interest 
of helping student budgets, they continued their book 
exchange and intra-campus mail service. The APO 
Ugly Man contestants amused crowds at the Fall 
Carnival while collecting monetary votes for charity 
causes. A new fraternity project for this year was 
the errand service for infirmary patients. 



The Sigma Chi entry does his stuff 
Carnival. 



the Ugly Man Show at the 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA— fiow one: S. Gladding, M. MandeviUe, C. David, A. Renegar. J. Knight. 
A. Stauch. Row two: B. Beale, J. Slone, C. Biernbaum, J. Vantrease, T. Darnell, C. Webb, L. Burch, 
Row three: F. Donaldson, D. Gasque, R. Givens, H. Malone, W. Link, E. Richardson. 




125 




Judy JThite, elected Slate Secretary of the Col- 
lege Federation of Y.D.C.. chats with Bob 
Huffman and Chairman Don Wilson at the 
Convention held in Winston-Salem. 



Becky Wall, Henry Bostic, Judy White, and Ralph Simpson, members 
of the YDC, meet to discuss the election of new officers after the 
YDC convention. 



STATE AND NATIONAL ELECTIONS 
HIGHLIGHT YE.AR FOR YDC 
AND YRC 

The Young Democrat Club and 

Young Republican Club serve to 

generate an interest in political par- 
ties on campus. The clubs spon- 
sored discussions and lectures by 
authorities such as Thad Eure, 
Secretary of State of North Caro- 
lina, and Smith Bagley. Providing 
opportunities for persons wishing to 
take an active part in politics during 
their college years, both groups 
aided their local candidates during 
the primary and general elections 
of 1966. 




YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB OFFICERS— 
Standing; B. Newman, J. Holbrook. Seated: 
F. Morgan, S. McLean, L. Scorgie. 



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ALPHA KAPPA PSI PREPARES 
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 

The Gamma Delta chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, 
America's oldest and largest professional business 
fraternity, was organized at Wake Forest College 
to further develop interest in the business world. 
The club selects its new members each year from 
business and economics majors on the basis of their 
academic performance and professional interest in 
business. To further develop members' interest in 
the business world field trips and seminars were 
sponsored to observe commercial areas from market- 
ing and production to personnel and finance. In 
order to help establish valuable business contacts 
for its members the fraternity sponsored talks by 
speakers from the Winston-Salem areas such as Mr. 
John Rainey, Public Relations Director for the 
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce and Col. John 
Reed, director of the Wake Forest Placement office. 




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ALPHA KAPPA PSI— Row 
F. Mohap, S. Sweet. Row 
S. Cober, R. Plonk. Row th. 
B. Dale. 



R. Crawford, D. Creed. E. Ferguson, 
J. Young. R. Henning, D. Siceloff, 
.• D. Jones, B. Shuford. B. Hudson, 



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DELTA SIGMA PI— Row one: R. Steinle, E. Paiton, D. Melvin B '^qu.rt^ R I'ation R U Ifare L Danitl Row two: F. Kaues, W. Brinson, J. 
Garrity, B. Brewer, G. Gifford, B. Jobe, S. Geigle. Row three: J lonj; H Fulwiler H Simpton B Atkins, J Mason, N. Fisher, D. Ramsey, B. Bley. 



NEW TRADITIONS ACCOMPANY 
DELTA SIGMA PI TO NEW HOUSE 

Furthering the academic success of the School of 
Business Administration and its students is the goal 
of the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. Lectures 
sponsored this year featured Dr. A. J. Dietz of Emory 
University, M. Henry Garrity, head of the alumni 
activities at Wake Forest, and two staff officers from 
the U. S. Government Accounting office. Social activi- 
ties varied from frequent combo parties to the annual 
Rose and Founder's Day Dances Not just a business 
club, the fraternity is striving to achieve recognition 
and success as an integral part in the academic and 
social life of Wake Forest College. 





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the Western Electric computer center in Winston-Salem. 



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TWENTY-FIVE EXCHANGE 
STUDENTS STIMULATE WAKE'S 
INTERNATIONAL INTEREST 

Foreign exchange students are vital to a college, 
as they provide unlimited opportunities for cultural 
exchange. Wake Forest's interest in such an exchange 
was reflected in the fact that twenty-five foreign stu- 
dents studied here this year. The students came to 
the campus through such organizations as the African 
and Latin American Scholarship Programs in Ameri- 
can Universities and the International Institute of 
Education. The College also has exchange programs 
with the Free University of West Berlin and the Uni- 
versity of the Andes. 

Wake Forest sponsors an International Club, 
which tries to promote understanding and fellowship 
between American and foreign students through 
informal discussions and lectures on subjects of inter- 
national concern. With a dramatic increase in stu- 
dents and support. Wake Forest has indicated its 
willingness to play a major role in the world today. 




Thu tuain of East and Hest meet in the lobby of ReynoIJa Hall with 
Augie Ahn from Korea. Sonia Perez from Colombia, and Thaddeus 
Kinga from Cameroon. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB— A. Ahn. D. Bartlett, J. Boger, C. Bowen, 
S. Broadhead, A. Buchanan. J. Calderon, J. Carrick, K. Chen, P. Chow, 
S. Dinsmore. C. Erickson, C. Farlow, G. Gabel, U. Gielen, D. Green, 
R. Hamrick, Y. Hijiya, G. Hinson, J. Imosun, T. Kinga, C. Kroustalis. 
S. Lee, N. Lesko, F. Morgan, Y. Oh, S. Perez, P. Pond, G. Presley. S. 
Ramon, B. Roseberry, B. Ross, S. Scott, K. Shaw, P. Tse, F. White. 




Sophomore Sheila Ramon, from Guam, is inter- 
ested in the performing arts, and freshman 
Sophocles MichaeHdes, from Cyprus, plans to 
major in economics. 




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Learning to march, in a small unit or in a 
company, takes up much oj a basic cadet's 
time. As a junior he may go to summer camp 
lor a closer look at things. The Military Ball, 
held in April is the senior's last fling as a rank- 
ing of 





VIETNAM BUILD-UP 
INFLUENCES ROTC PROGRAM 

Increased U. S. support of the war in Vietnam and 
a general renewal of interest in the military services 
brought 379 men into the ranks of the Reserve Offi- 
cers Training Corps at Wake Forest this year. At a 
time when a college man's draft status shares equal 
importance with his quality point ratio, making a 
man an officer in four years' time requires a lot of 
concentrated work. The first two years the cadet 
learns to be a member of a unit. In the advanced 
program his attention is focused on a wide range of 
subjects such as military teaching and administration, 
large unit tactics, and the U. S. role in world affairs. 
When he receives his commission in June, the 2nd 
Lieutenant is fully prepared to assume a position of 
leadership in the U. S. Army. 




The ROTC Department assisted in a Civil De- 
fense drill in November. The mock dnll in- 
volved all the campus air raid shelters, and 
ROTC companies were responsible for order^ 
security and emergency actions. 



Capt. Jerry Perkins assumes a familiar pose 
before a class of sophomores studying small 
unit tactics. The ROTC program insists that 
a man be able to lead a small group of men 
before being given command of a large unit. 




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der. 



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''A man will show what he is 
by the way he occupies himself 
outside his studies." 




They come here to complete the 
metamorphosis into adults by way 
of the learning process of college 
life. They spend the first portion 
of each day within a classroom, fol- 
lowing lecture notes or filling blue 
books with perhaps recently accumu- 
lated knowledge. 

They spend much of their out-of- 
class hours poring over written 
pages, in preparation for coming 
classes. They will leave this campus 
as more intelligent persons, more 
aware of the world of knowledge. 
But a college campus oilers them 
more than just an awareness of 
someone else's recorded and pub- 
lished discoveries. They are also 
offered development of social aware- 
ness, an ability to communicate with 
the world about them. Fraternities, 
societies, the Men's Residence Coun- 
cil, and other social organizations 
sponsor a program which encour- 
ages them to find a balance between 
the social and academic worlds. 




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DORMS 





The annual Red Garter Danrr held at the Robert E. Lee Hotel fea- 
tured an orchestra and a combo for an evening fall of entertainment. 



A main project of the MRC this year was the building and furnishing 
of a lounge in each house for relaxation and entertainment during 
the boys' free time. 



MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL OFFICERS— 
Left to right: Chuck Alexander, governor of 
Poteat; Bobby Ferrell. governor of Kitchen; 
Larry Crawford, vice-president of MRC; Hoke 
Smith, president of MRC; Steve Poston, pub- 
licity chairman of MRC; Jim Poston, governor 
of Taylor; Glenn Riley, secretary of MRC; and 
John Rich, governor of Davis. 




136 



MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL 

Tliis year for the first time an effective residence 
house system was instigated at Wake Forest. Al- 
though still in developmental stages, the Men's Resi- 
dence Council has assumed general responsibility 
for tlie implementation of house programs. 

The traditional fall social attraction, the MRC 
Red Garter Dance, was held in November in the 
Hotel Robert E. Lee. Featuring for the first time a 
duel attraction, the Red Garter presented the Day- 
dreams and the Impacts combo in the ballroom, while 
Dick Wells and his orchestra played soft-shoe style 
in the hotel Skyroom. 

While the main concentration this year has been 
on renovating and furnishing newly acquired lounge 
facilities to fulfill current social needs, the Men's 
Residence Council is also making progress toward 
fulfillment of extra-classroom academic needs and 
vitally needed leadership training. 





The unity of mens dorms under the MRC enabled students to have 
more and better combo parties throughout the year. 



137 





netal trunk storage racks from the 
walls ivas only one task in making the Taylor 
lounge out of a tunnel and storage room. 



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TAYLOR HOUSE 

Taylor House can be described rightfully as the 
rags-to-riches organization. It began the year with 
no organization and of course no lounge space. Who 
can forget the mixer with an entire dorm of women? 
Then came the rapid rise of the monks and their ac- 
companying council. "Who wants to buy 200 caps — 
red in variety?" The building of the wine cellar 
demonstrated the dedication and overall philosophy 
of Taylor House. They did it all themselves. Taylor 
House connotes many images: individualism, be- 
longing, work, play, responsibility and pride. It 
is a house of crises, a house built because of com- 
mon needs and goals. But perhaps most of all they 
are truly a HOUSE, a working concept of collective 
individualism. 



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DAVIS HOUSE 

This year Davis House developed into a dynamic 
organization with a redecorated lounge, v^fhich proved 
to be a "place to get away from it all," an improved 
social calendar, and an active intramural sports pro- 
gram. 

The lounge was redone during the summer and 
became a shelter where Housemen could read, con- 
verse, watch the "boob tube," play bridge, or hold 
informal gatherings. 

Socially, Davis House had a Wake Forest first — 
an art party, where Housemen and their dates were 
provided paints, brushes, and easels and were al- 
lowed to portray their creative talent. Some of these 
masterpieces are presently hanging in the house's 
"Lion's Den." 

Like most young organizations, the problems were 
many. But Davis men learned that with a little en- 
thusiasm and an abundance of hard work these 
problems could be solved. Many of them which 
seemed insurmountable were overcome with the help 
and guidance of housemaster. Dr. Judson Allen. 
Davis looks back upon a gratifying year. 




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In the nee hours of the morning after the dorm noise has quieted 
down, Charles Boss finds his room a good place to study. 




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Two Kitchin members show their appreciation to Sally Ann White- 
hurst for representing them in the Homecoming Court. 



KITCHIN HOUSE 

During its first full year of operation, Kitchin 
House made major accomplishments in the areas of 
social and athletic events, academics, and school 
spirit. Socially, Kitchin held several Quad-dances 
and sponsored the first mixer betvfeen students of 
Wake Forest and UNC-G. To help improve relations 
between students and faculty, the House sponsored 
its second annual Faculty Dinner-Auction in the 
spring. Also, Kitchin maintained an extensive intra- 
mural program which boasted several first-place 
teams. Academically, Kitchin House offered its mem- 
bers the largest independent test file on campus and 
provided housemen with a tutorial program. Kitchin 
also instigated the practice of giving its freshmen 
residents prior knowledge of their roommates. To 
show its school spirit, Kitchin sold bumper stickers, 
with half of the proceeds going to the Stadium Drive, 
sold pep buttons for the football games, and painted 
pep banners. Also, Kitchin's candidate in APO's 
Ugly Man Contest Ijecame the first indeoendent ever 
to win that coveted title. 




The Homt'coming decoration '^Ifipe Out Clem- 
son" is representative of Kitchin's support of 
the Demon Deacons during football season. 



A major project for Kitchin House during football season was the 
selling of pep buttons before and after chapel to boost school spirit. 



140 








The fun really began for Poteat and Les Soeurs 
after the game when shaving cream was the 
main weapon. 



POTEAT HOUSE 

In its first full year of operation, Poteat House 
had many outstanding accomplishments to its credit. 
Striving to create a unique and balanced program, 
the men of Poteat have concentrated on three main 
areas of college life — academic, athletic, and social. 

An academic honorary was established for those 
men exhibiting excellence in study. A study hall 
was made available nightly with coffee being avail- 
able for all. Also a unique free tutoring program 
was offered to housemen. 

Poteat continually set the pace on the athletic 
scene, winning championships in football, wrestling, 
swimming, golf, and bowling. Each of Poteat's teams 
was outfitted in new uniforms. 

The newly furnished lounge was the scene of nu- 
merous combo parties and after-the-game get-to- 
gethers. In the spring an awards banquet was held 
at a local country club in which individuals were 
recognized for their contributions to the house. 
Poteat's annual Art Show and sale met again with 
tremendous success, drawing praise from faculty, 
students, and local residents. 




Poteat men proudly wore their House Hats as they strongly supported 
Austine Odom for Homecoming Queen. 



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WOMEN'S DORMS 



Babcock, Bostwick, and Johnson are no man's land. 
These are the girls' dorms, and to the co-ed they be- 
come the base of operations, a second home. It is 
here that the co-ed learns the principles of group 
living. She indulges in gossip sessions, spends time 
on the telephone, and takes care of her domestic 
chores in an environment that reflects the differences 
of the characters of the girls themselves. The sign- 
out card becomes her pass to the outside world. 
Whether the co-ed is slipping to Vegas, the vending 
machine center which replaces a family refrigerator, 
or preparing for a class, she is growing and maturing. 
As she learns to live with many different people, she 
is learning to realize the importance of understand- 
ing others and of better understanding herself. 





House molhers in Babcock Dormitory— Mrs. Eames and Mrs. Madry. 




House presidents — Marcia Black, Diane Baldwin, Debbie Snapp, 
Emily Steifle, Bonnie Walthall, and Jade Norris. 



House mothers in Johnson Dormitory — Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Holden. 




thcrs in Bostwick Dormitory— Mrs. Overby and Miss Dana 



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An athletic victory demands the Wake Forest tradition of "rolling the 
dorms" 





A surprise party given by roommates always makes a birthday special 



Julian Rainwater finds the desk and public address system kis com- 
munication with his date. 



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DAY STUDENTS AND 
MARRIED STUDENTS 




Ann Corle, wife of a Wake law student, is closely connected with the 
college as secretary in the deans office. 





When Bill Davis, first year law student, takes study breaks, he and 
his wife enjoy playing with their daughter Suzanne. 



144 




Sixty-five feet of aluminum mobility 
temporary homes for half of lake's 
students. 




MARRIED STUDENTS LEAD 
DIFFICULT BUT REWARDING LIFE 

Married students constitute a unique part of the 
Wake Forest community. There are never-ending 
demands placed on them since, in addition to school 
work, they must find time to keep house, to be with 
the children (if any), and to be a good husband or 
wife. Moreover, financial difficulties sometimes re- 
quire that one or both of the students handle an out- 
side job. 

Despite the inconveniences and pressure, many of 
Wake's married students have been able to gain re- 
wards unknown to dormitory students. Among these 
is that unique appreciation for learning which can 
be attained only when one has to struggle for his 
education. But, above all, the married student's 
compensation comes from the security and warmth 
of close family living. 




At Christmas married students find time to put 
away house work and studies to prepare for a 
busy holiday season. 



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DAY STUDENTS 

STRIVE TO BELONG 

TO THE COLLEGE WORLD 

For several hundred Wake Forest students Room 
7, Reynolda Hall, is a home away from home, for 
this is the room reserved for the use of day students. 
During their leisure time, or between classes, many 
of them gather here to socialize, to take time for a 
bridge game, to study, or to take a nap. But by no 
means are their activities restricted to this lounge. 
Day students participate actively in campus organi- 
zations, attend social functions, and often assume 
positions of campus leadership. Also, they have the 
opportunities to make lasting friendships with resi- 
dent students, both inside and outside of the class- 
room. Thus, even though they are on campus only 
a few hours each day, day students are full-time 
members of the Wake Forest "family." 



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Off-campus living has its problems as well as its pleasures. It does 
not take these boys long to appreciate home cooking. 




After a day on campus, the day student goes home to prepare for the 
next day*s classes. 





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GREEKS 




First semester open houses give the Sigma Chis a cha 
freshman Mike Mulkey before second semester. 



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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL— iSoffom to top: D. Sparling, D. 
Calvert, R. Beavers, J. Soloman, G. Denton, B. Aiken, R. Kramer, 
A. Aikman, J. Lowstelter, E. Ross, D. Hudson, P. Schultz, J. Belchee, 
F: Flagler, C. Brewer, P. Clark, B. Coble, S. Acton, D. Heidgerd, B. 
Poteat, B. Pollard, I. Coffield, R. Liles, L. Nichols, L. Taylor, P. Gray, 
J. Byrd, K. Thomas, J. Wilkins. 



IFC 

Working in its second year of 
deferred rush, the Inter-Fraternity 
Council has effectively continued its 
annual activities while also increas- 
ing its responsibilities. Each year 
the IFC includes in its activities 
Mid-Winters weekend in the Fall 
and Greek Week in the Spring. In 
addition to these events, the IFC this 
year has provided for the creation 
of a Junior IFC so that the pledges 
composing it can offer their ideas 
on deferred rush. Other efforts of 
the IFC have resulted in a liberali- 
zation of the open house rules for 
fraternities, and plans are being 
made to help solve the problems 
involved with college chaperone re- 
quirements. 

Composed of three representa- 
tives from each fraternity, the IFC 
serves as the governing body for 
the fraternity system, while also 
providing a needed link between the 
system and the faculty and adminis- 
tration. Both socially and adminis- 
tratively the Inter-Fraternity 
Council is a vital part of campus 
life. 




Ken Thomas, IFC President 



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INTER-SOCIETY COVNClh— Bottom to top: J. Henderson, K. 
Swartz, B. Burrell, S. Howard, C. McAdams, J. Herlocker, J. Bivens, 
A. Patrick, S. James, J. Glenn, M. Frost, M. Layton, M. Andrus, S. 
Kirk, G. Jordon, B. Templeton, L. Malbon, S. Harward, S. Raben- 
horst, S. Troutman, D. Keith, A. Gunn, S. West, C. Shaw. 



ISC 

The Inter-Society Council has spent a large part 
of its 1966-67 year re-evaluating the entire society 
system at Wake Forest. The evaluation, headed by 
the Student Affairs Committee of the faculty, v^as 
centered both in the individual clubs and in the coun- 
cil as a whole. Attempts were made at self-evaluation 
in each society, and the council sought to define the 
role of social clubs for women on this campus. 

This year has been an unusually busy one for the 
ISC. Several new practices have been introduced, 
such as a tea in the early fall to welcome freshman 
women and a column in the Old Gold and Black high- 
lighting weekly society activities. 

Other accomplishments of the ISC were the re- 
vision of the present constitution and the establish- 
ment of a cabinet and committee system to facilitate 
the functioning of the group. 



The ISC tea held early in the fall acquainted 
the freshman co-eds with the society officers 
and general society information. 




149 



Greeks started the Christmas season with an- 
nual Midwinters activities featuring the Tarns, 
the Zodiacs, and Rufus Thomas. 




Johnnie Jackson gets this dog in good shape 
before it finds a new home at the Lambda 
Chi Dog Day. 




The Fideles and Kappa Sigs were on! 
played Santa to Winslon-Salem child, 




150 





After the regular events of Derby Day are over, the real chase begins 
with shaving cream down to the mud hole. 



The co-eds look forward to fraternity serenades almost as much as 
this Sigma Chi group enjoys serenading its pinmates. 





In fraternity track events, all the boys ran hard leaving the spectators 
wondering ivho would finally win. 



151 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



Alpha Sigs switched their redecorating efforts this year from the 
well-marked exterior to an extensive repaneling job on the inside. 




1966-67 proved to be a good year for the Beta Mu 
Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi. Numerous activities 
highlighted the fall semester, including the usual 
combo parties, homecoming weekend, and the annual 
North-South football game, which the South won by 
a lopsided 30 to 14 margin. Walnut paneling was 
added to a major portion of the house, thereby giving 
it an impressive "new look" for both brothers and 
alumni. Exams climaxed the fall semester with the 
Sigs studying hard to achieve academic success. 

Spring semester set the scene for rush parties, 
spring holidays, Greek Week activities, and another 
fun-filled beach weekend at Myrtle Beach. June 
ushered in graduation and brought an end to an- 
other successful year of college and community ser- 
vice for the brothers of Alpha Sigma Phi, who are 
anticipating another great year in 1967-68 at Wake 
Forest University. 



nother Alpha Sig football victory. 




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Occasionally the Alpha Sigs need to clean the 
area around the rock that marks the entrance 
to their house. 




The Alpha Sigs' proximity to Slater's Dempster Dumpster offers a 
convenient point of celebration for neivly pinned brothers. 










Rosborough, J. 



Jacobsen, J. 
Kierstead, S. 
Maclavasic. M. 
Masline, D. 



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The year 1966-1967 was a successful one for 
Delta Sigma Phi in all respects. 

The fraternity was very proud of Brothers Andy 
Harper and Ken Hauswald, both of whom were 
named to Who's Who in American Colleges. Harper 
was additionally honored by being named to the 
All ACC Football Team. 

This year Delta Sig adopted a Navaho Indian child 
in New Mexico. The fraternity pays for his educa- 
tion and helps him financially in other areas. 

In the social sphere, the brotherhood had a typi- 
cally outstanding year. Aside from the numerous 
parties throughout the year, the fraternity held its 
annual formal Playboy Party and celebrated the 
Sailor's Ball at Myrtle Beach in May. 



SENIORS 

Beck, R. 

Downard, D, 




Fisher. H. 

Fuller, K. 

Garton. C. 

Honeycutt, J. 



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To get their voices in me/odious harmony for 
a serenade, the Delta Sigs take time to prac- 
tice in their house. 





A large group of Delta Sigs cheer the Dears on to victory at the 
football games. 



Another victory and a pleased Delta Sig football team. 



The Delta Sig house is truly a home away 
from home for the whole brotherhood. 




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KAPPA ALPHA 



Tau Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order is pledged 
to maintaining the high ideals of character which 
were best exemplified by Robert E. Lee. The appli- 
cation of the high standards set by Lee, the frater- 
nity's spiritual founding is uppermost in the col- 
legiate life of each brother. 

K.A. has constantly stressed the importance of 
scholastic achievement. Tau Chapter has never fallen 
below third place among the ten participating fra- 
ternities and has dominated first place for ten of the 
last fourteen years. 

A year of outstanding accomplishment in the intra- 
mural program found K.A.'s first in 1966. Comple- 
menting the scholastic and athletic phases, the social 
year included such activities as the Orphan's Christ- 
mas Party, the Rose Ball, the Convivium, and the 
reign of Miss Hannah Nicholson as Kappa Alpha 
Rose. 



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SENIORS 
JefTrjes. B. 
Macon. A. 
Morris. R. 

Parker. C. 
Pale, B. 


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Stephens, R. 
Wendorf. F. 


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Ackerman. M. 

Cramp, J. 

Gaddy, C. 

Heidgerd, C. 

Hopkins. E. 

McConnell.' E. 




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K.4s are proud of their outstanding jun 
Bob Poti-at, Bob Lee, Bill Snead. 





^ben the KAs party, they really party 



In charge of the meetings are officers Sandy 
Half-time pep talks and rest give the KAs the boost they need to win a game. Acton. Bill Jeffries, and Jim Fitzerald. 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



After the frightful scare of ahnost being placed 
on social probation because of academic reasons, 
the home of the Star and Crescent recovered quickly 
and by Homecoming was back in full form. If week 
days were given over to academic endeavors more 
so than in the past, weekends were as fun-packed 
as ever — from Midwinters, Commode Ball, Star and 
Crescent, to beach weekend in May. And as usual 
Kappa Sigma was active in all extracurricular activi- 
ties. 

What "Siggie" will ever forget (even if they would 
like to) the "late" times at Hillcrest, those nights 
at the Sheraton, getting "loafed" by Stokes or Bosh, 
seeing "Triple Threat" wobble in from the Tavern 
or hobble around on crutches, getting hit by a water 
bomb, the tremendous performance by "Mouse" and 
the Riverias at the rush party, "Useless's" date at 
Meredith, the great pledge classes, the night "Troll's" 
car was wrecked by a Pika, the "closeness" of the 
beach weekend, or Star and Crescent. All these and 
many, many more combined to make '66-'67 a great 
one for Kappa Sigma at Wake. 



Denton, G, 

Flynn. S, 

SchJossberg, B, 




Byrd. J. 

Cheatwood, P. 

Clark. J. 

Clarke. R. 



Crumley, B. 

Culbreth. K. 

Davis. J. 








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Mille 
Nodell. T, 
Overman. B 
Parker, B 
Pearce, C 



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The Kappa Sig car was a smashing success at 
the Junior Class Carnival for all who wanted 
to show their strength. 




Ed Ferguson begins Kappa Sig's year-long money making projects 
by selling sun visors at the football games. 




Brothers waited as usual until the pre-dawn hours of homecoming to 
erect house decorations. 



The Kappa Sigs spend halftime planning plays 
to give them a victory against a rival fraternity. 





159 




During '66-'67, every week was "the week that was" 
in the Halls of Lambda Chi. The returning brothers 
were welcomed by new furnishings in the chapter 
room and five new inches on Robby's beltline. On 
campus throughout the year, Lambda Chi was repre- 
sented through its members in Student Government, 
Honor Council, and Men's Judicial Board . . . there 
was also liberal representation down at the girls' 
dorms. Before Christmas, the Lambda Chi's treated 
Winston-Salem to its fourth annual Dog Day, when 
47 puppies found new homes. Then there was the 
party with the little children from the Orphans' 
Home. Some other things that won't be forgotten: 
Finn and his Air Force . . . G.O. on the phone to 
Salem . . . the W.W.B. of White Rose Ball ... the 
Action Faction . . . and spring at Myrtle Beach. Yes, 
it was a very good year for the wearers of the Cross 
and Crescent. 



SENIORS 
Findlay, G. 
Harper. R. 

Hobbs, J. 
Jackson, J. 

Jania. D. 

Kelley, J, 



Beshears. R. 

Boutlier. W. 

Buckhalt. K. 

Bull, L. 

Combs, O. 

Crum, H. 

De Vaney, J. 



Gardner, J. 

Grant, R. 

Harrelson, W. 

Hjeberger, P, 



Kernodle. B. 



Royster, M. 
Royster, S. 
Randall. J. 



Sutherland. R. 




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For Johnnie Jackson a warm spring night was an ideal time for the 
Lambda Chis to back htm up as he serenaded Debbie Snapp. 








The annual Lambda Chi Dog Day not only made a little girl happy 

at Christmas, hut it w/su h-i,n.! honifs for many dogs. 



Each fall the Lambda Chis welcome freshmen 
co-eds by having a Sunday afternoon open 
house for them. 




161 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 



This has been another outstanding year for "the 
House that Brotherhood Built," from the first road 
trip to Virginia to our fantastic Dreamgirl beach 
weekend. As always, we were at the top in scholas- 
tic achievement and in athletics, and insured our 
future standing by pledging an impressive group of 
rushees. Of course, there were those parties — and 
how could anyone ever forget them. 

Memories are made of this — the "Hard Core"; 
redeyes on the second floor; countless road trips; 
all those married brothers; our Greek foster son, 
Gavriil Vasiliadis; ski trips (and some people not 
making it up the slopes) ; the TV team; three to go 
from the Chalet; the way the house looked after open 
houses; our jukebox — the first on campus; studying 
sometimes; getting up for big weekends and then 
not making the weekend. 

It all shows that the unusual is the usual at the 
PiKA house. 



Partin. J. 

Ray. M. 

Slone. R. 

Thompson. L. 



Coble, W. 

Ern. R. 

Haskell. S. 

Helscher, D. 

Jacobsen. R. 

Knapp, R. 

Laroque. G. 




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PiKAs are always pleased when brother Jimmy 
Rose shares his new son with them. 




Some PiKA is aluu'.s ^ri,m 
Tom Anderson is getting 



prank played on him and this time 
than his share. 



Don Smith, Tony Liner, Frank Baker, and Dave Grochmal get ready 
for that big weekend by getting in the spirit of things early Friday 
afternoon. 



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It seems that Woody Baldwin has mixed feel- 
ings about playing Santa Claus at the jrater- 
nity Christmas party. 




163 



164 



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Since its establishment at Wake Forest, Sigma 
Chi has been a leader in all phases of campus life. 
As leaders of campus organizations, Sigma Chis 
were well represented this year. Three brothers, 
including Chairman Bob Sumner, served on the 
Honor Council; several brothers, including Chip 
Cooper, were active as Student Government and 
class officers; and Jerry Baker headed Challenge '67, 
SIGMA CHI one of the most rewarding events of the year. In 

athletics, ten Sigma Chis were on the varsity athletic 
squads. Academically, the Sigma Chis stressed 
scholarship, with eleven brothers making the Dean's 
List fall semester. Socially, 1966-67 was a success- 
ful year, with such bands as the In-men, Monzas, 
Embers, and the Fabulous Five, providing entertain- 
ment for combo parties. Derby Day highlighted the 
social calendar for spring semester. Another out- 
standing Sweetheart Ball at the Tryon Seville at 
O.D. climaxed the social activities for the year. 



Anderson, R, 

Baker. J. 

Berry, T. 

Blackwood. S. 

Blanlon, B. 

Bondurant, J. 

Bowdish, D. 

Brewer, B. 

Brookshire. H. 



Fredekins. D. 

Fruin, E. 

Gasaway. P. 



Hessler. D. 

Hudson, J. 

Huffsteller, S. 



Jandine. D. 

Kclley, S. 

Kincheloe. J. 

Lembo. K. 



Stuetzer, T. 

Wilkins. J. 

Williams. T. 




VoD Cannon. D. 




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Brothers Bob Sumner and Lee Bettis have front row seats to cheer 
the Deacons on to victory. 







The Sigma Chis were proud of their electric "Wring the Tigers" 
Deacon at Homecoming. 



"Dunh-A-Sig" brought profits for the Stadium Drive during Derby 
Day and the Junior Class Carnival. 




165 



The 1966-67 school year saw the Alpha Nu Chap- 
SIGMA PI '^r °f Sigma Pi assume an ever widening role in 

campus life. The brothers hit the books hard during 
the fall semester in an attempt to remain the number 
one fraternity academically, an honor they captured 
the previous spring. Another strong intramural foot- 
ball team was fielded by the Pi's, and parties, as 
usual, provided what seemed to be full-time enter- 
tainment. Particularly to be remembered are the 
UNICEF Halloween Party with the Strings and the 
typically great Homecoming Party at Graylyn. 

Spring came and the Pi's selected a new and 
vigorous slate of officers. February was highlighted 
by a successful Rush Program and the annual Foun- 
der's Day Banquet. March brought more pinnings, 
more unscheduled midnight swims, and more sere- 
nades. In April, the Pi's turned their attention to 
the Orchid Ball Weekend with its Award Banquet 
and Formal Dance. May brought the annual Orphan's 
Picnic, a long-awaited beach trip, and finals. Through- 
out the year, Sigma Pi showed itself to be truly a 
Brotherhood. 



Ross, c, 

Salvatore. D. 

Slolt. C. 

Wall. J. 



Bradshaw. D. 
Burton, D. 
Cooper. D. 



Redding. S. 

Roach. E. 

Robinson. E. 




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166 






Sigma Pi house parties were the scene of many evenings of fraternity Water balloons and wet Sigma Pi heads were a profitable combination 

fellowship. jor the fraternity at the Fall Carnival. 



For each serenade the fraternity had a small group to play guitars 
and add to the atmosphere of the occasion. 







l^ki'ki 




167 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Starting fresh from a successful fall rush, the 
Brothers of N. C. Zeta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
and their eleven pledges began their quest for social 
enjoyment and academic excellence, and usually 
found success in both fields. Sparked by Phil "THE 
GOOSE" McGee, who brought the world marathon 
shower record to Wake Forest while attempting to 
raise funds for the stadium, the house erupted with 
new feats of daring and deeds of accomplishment. 
Whether it was the weekend flights of "Vulture" and 
"Nunzie," the escapades of Demon Deacon Dwight 
Gentry, or a Christmas Party for orphans, something 
was happening all year. 

It was a very good year for receiving trophies, as 
the "House with a Heart" was presented the all- 
fraternity trophy for having the highest percentage of 
blood donors. Also, a Sig Ep was named the Most 
Outstanding Deacon Football Player for the 1966 
season. 



London, R. 

McConneU. D. 

Sipe. G. 



Seibert, R. 

Sizemore, R. 

Wood, D. 




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168 



Another Sig Ep-Fidele afternoon get together 
at the Swiss Chalet resulted in ''friendly" play 
betiveen a member of each group. 





At Christmas the Sig Eps played Santa Claus for a group of Winston- 
Salem children. 



To pass part of his time in. his shower endurance time for the Stadii 
Drive, Goose enjoyed a game of cards. 




169 



Theta Chi has Icaig been composed of men who 
strive for the best in an organization without giving 
up their individuality. This was another memorable 
year for the Big Red in all areas. They continued their 
domination of intramural football and won six other 
TllETA CHI championships for an all-time high intramural rec- 

ord for a single semester. Brothers were again active 
in all other phases of school life. Theta Chi took first 
place in Homecoming decorations and celebrated 
at a banquet with alumni after the game. Their 
formal weekend saw a Playmate, two dances, alumni, 
a banquet, and a great time for all. The social scene 
was highlighted with the annual Dream Girl week- 
end held at Myrtle Beach. The fraternity and broth- 
ers took honors and were active throughout 1966- 
1967. It was another good year for the men of Theta 
Chi. 



Lee. J. 
Long. P. 
Lyle. R. 



SiceloH, D. 

Taliferro. D. 

Van Der Ploog, G. 




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Three sunny, fun-filled days at Myrtle Beach brought the Theta Chi 
year to a successful conclusion. 




Many hours of diligent work proved rewarding when the Big Red of 
Theta Chi copped top honors for their Homecoming decorations. 



The climax of each rush is the pinning of the 
new pledges by the fraternity president. 




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CAMEO 



Kay Steigerwald and Laura Caton 
Fall Carnival as Gail Deity relu 



ping pong pitches at the 
ed balls. 




They began, "Society sisterhood: that is our aim, 
bonded with pride in the Cameo name." Now they 
are a year old and have a legion of happy memories 
under that Cameo name. Proud they are indeed to 
be this society's charter members. Their parties, 
sports events, Derby Day scrambling, rushing, service 
projects — to all of them every girl has given a part 
of herself as an individual to make these under- 
takings successful and worthwhile. To the Cameo 
sisters to mention such things as pink outfits, Cornell 
Kappa Sigma pins, a multicolored carnival booth, 
a sweetiieart named Bill Rucker, a song called "To- 
day," and a girls' basketball team brings back a flood 
of joyous memories of this year. Through their 
activities together, lasting friendships have arisen. 
Now it can be said with confidence, "Cameo sisters 
forever will be bonded together in true Cameo loy- 
alty." 



The Cameos were fortunate to have many get-togethers and dinner 
meetings at Marty Andrus home in Winston. 




172 



"Homecooking" was never better than what 
Cameos concocted for innumerable picnics. 







t 



Boosting Deacon spirit through massive signs is the goal of every 
society during football season. 




173 



FIDELES 



Janie Wade gathers supplies to complete the Fidele Follies booth, 
the most profitable Carnival entry. 



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From the missing Sigma Chi car and a serenade 
ending with a mouthful of shaving cream to a red 
and white Christmas for kids at the Kappa Sig and 
Sigma Chi houses, friendship, fellowship and fun 
brought success upon success to Fideles in '67. A 
dream come true for two little boys in basketball 
camp as a result of Saturday afternoon car washes, 
defeat of the Sig Ep football team and their subse- 
quent retreat to the Chalet (. . . the name of the game 
is . . Oi the apple bobbing (polishing) for faculty 
kids, the fall serenade for W.F. men — all were great. 
Exchanging gag gifts at Lockheart's Happy House, 
caroling at the N.C. Baptist Rest Home, babysitting 
for faculty children, ushering for campus concerts 
and lectures, and many pinnings highlighted the 
year. Then it was "sho time, ladies and gentlemen," 
at the Fidele Follies which turned in a campus high 
of $80 for the stadium drive. How can things get 
better than "Fidele Heaven in '67"? Well, take a 
look at that new pledge class! 




174 



Fideles started their foolball seas 
"balanced" game with the Sig Eps. 





At the Halloween party, Dayn 
after the apple she has chosen. 



Tate helps one of the faculty children go 










Murphy, C. 
North. S. 
Reed. P. 
Tate. D. 
Thompson. N. 
Umstead. S. 
Wade, J. 



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What a year! From football to pledges Laurels 
triumphed in their usual fashion to make '66-'67 
another year to remember. John Snow, their sweet- 
heart (they love you, John) coached their football 
and basketball teams to victories (that bubble gum 
T ATTRFT S really spurred them on!) and helped drum up busi- 

ness for Rent-a-Laurel Day. 

Yes, they do almost anything. Shapely Laurels 
donned black stockings for the Fall Carnival to catch 
garters, made by the domesticated sisters, and money 
for the stadium. A Christmas party with the KA's 
("You mean you don't believe he is Santa?"), carol- 
ing, more parties at the Johnsons, their first annual 
alumnae luncheon and letter, and new door plaques 
made them understand what "I want to be a Laurel" 
means. And now they become of age as their original 
pledge class graduates. 



SENIORS 

Price. B. 

Shankle, V. 




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Barrick, L, 

Benz, C 

Bishop, S, 




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Rent-A-Laurel day wa 
hood and the treasury. 



sful for sister- 




Laurels are famous for their wide-spread par- 
ticipation in campus activities. 




The Laurels really came through with Laurel 
legs at the Fall Carnival. 




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LES SOEURS 



A big new event was added to this year's busy 
schedule — an annual Gaiter Bowl Football game be- 
tween the Poteat Playboys and the Les Souers Bun- 
nies. Covered by television and newspapers, the 
competition was a huge success. The game of foot- 
ball will never be the same. 

The carnival also provided a time for work and 
fun as Les Soeurs sisters sat beneath water balloons 
and were drenched when bean-bag-throwers hit their 
mark. 

A pumpkin-card serenade for the boys, the sale 
of doughnuts in the girls' dorms, a Christmas party 
for the Patterson Avenue children and tough compe- 
tition for the inter-society basketball championship 
kept sisters busy throughout the first semester. Rush, 
Derby Day competition, and a cookout for graduating 
seniors rounded out a happy and successful year 
for Les Soeurs. Their memories, shared together, 
"will truly shine forever through the years." 



Herl 

Hood. L 
Kirkpatrick, M 




Cale. B. 

Cochrane, A. 

Daigneault. D. 

Deal. - 

Edwards, J. 

Gentry. M. 

Haddon. B. 

High, B. 



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Les Soeurs sat patiently as fellow students at 
the Fall Carnival tried to burst water balloons 
over the girls' heads. 





It was an afternoon of action at a new event, the Garter Bowl, with 
the Les Soeurs Bunnies vs the men of Poteat House. 



For Wanda Radford and the Les Soeurs the 
mess involved in the Derby Day greased pig 

event resulted in a win. 




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S. 0. p. H. 



This was the year that was as SOPHS went gung- 
ho into their Tenth Anniversary year with Halloween 
Italian style, "high" times, and bankruptcy. "Rats" 
to the carnival — fun but no funds. Thanks to the 
"House that Brotherhood Built" sisters enjoyed a 
lively Christmas party. SOPHS excelled with three 
Who's Who girls and forty-five "What's That" (secre- 
taries, student teachers, and sweethearts). Then they 
rushed into a new semester with "Where did you 
say you're from?" Spring brought competition in 
every field — the field behind the Sigma Chi house 
and the muddy Greek field. 

Senioritis and spring fever hit hard, but they man- 
aged to sui-vive by boarding the "TOG Special" 
every Friday. Sisters vote a very special thanks for 
the super-active seniors (it's hard being number one), 
to the naive sophomores who wanted to lend their 
athletic support in a unique way, to the four SOPH 
sisters, to Miss Casey, and to Jack Ivey, that "special 
someone." Even though seniors must say goodbye, 
underclassmen know they don't really mean goodbye, 
for sisterhood's something no distance can hide — 
S. 0. p. H. 



SENIORS 

Burch, B. 

Cowall, L. 

Elste, A. 



Norris. J. 

Rabenhorst, S. 

Roberson. M. 

Vargo. K. 



Green, J. 

Hahn, C. 

Henderson. S. 



Honeycult. S. 

Hrom. S. 

Kline. J. 

MacDermod. P. 

McGrady, P. 



Seaman. B. 
Smith, B. 
Snapp, D. 



Stolt. J. 
Swartz, K, 
Williams, J. 




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Time-out for some important anno 
from the S.O.P.H. basketball coach. 



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SOPHS and Pikas often get 
ing "happy hour" at the Tav 



1966 was the society^s tenth anniversary and 
they celebrated with white SOPH roses. 




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STRINGS 



Would you believe — raking leaves for the faculty 
(blisters, anyone?), fortune-telling (of course it's 
for real!), selling mistletoe (any fringe benefits?), 
and numerous other fun-filled and rewarding experi- 
ences? Strings in '67 led by none other than "the 
Gunn" (she's the W.G.A. president?), with their 
usual winning combination of hard work and fun 
enjoyed another successful year. 

It was a year filled with football games and par- 
ties with the fraternities. And then there was Derby 
Day . . . but with a new twist. Who could forget 
their "studly" basketball team, with the great coach- 
ing of Dave Diamont? And they said it couldn't be 
done. 

Second semester found Strings sponsoring their 
second annual Glamour Contest. Then there was 
rush, full of hard work and, of course, typical of 
Strings, much fun. After all this work, Strings were 
rewarded with some unusually "Stringly" Threads. 

The year may be over, but memories of Strings 
will remain. Allehman. 




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Mangum, P. 

Melton, B. 
Mill. H. 

Moore, L. 



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'7/ we don't win Derby Day, we'll eat our hat," boasted confident 
Strings. 



After an evening of trich-or-lreating fo 
UMCEF, Strings and Sigma Pi's got togelhe. 
for society-fraternity fellowship. 



Instead of conventional pledge pins. Strings 
to denote their lowly positions. 


pledges don "threads" 


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psyches of many at Strings' Carnival booth. 




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'"To love the game 
beyond the prize." 

Henry Newbolt 



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Regardless of the sport, the se- 
quence is basically the same. From 
hard-nosed, grueling practice ses- 
sions to an occasional victory and 
the locker room celebration which 
inevitably follows, spirit plays a 
key role. Fired-up students at pep 
rallies and dedicated coaches are 
both instrumental in promoting all- 
important team spirit. Accompany- 
ing the Saturday afternoon gridiron 
clash — as well as any other athletic 
event — is the color and excitement 
which is embodied in tense, enthusi- 
astic spectators whose value to the 
team and to any victory is truly 
unmeasurable. The game's after- 
math — a deserted stadium — is 
vividly symbolic of the end of a 
cycle, and, paradoxically, the be- 
ginning of another. 




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FOOTBALL 



If'ake's consistent rushing defense proved to 
be ihe best in the ACC. 





Gang tackling was very instrumental in Virginia Tech's 11-0 victory. 




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Halfback Andy Heck cuts through a handful of Clemson defenders 
before breaking down the sidelines. 



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YOUNG, SPIRITED TEAM 
DROPS SQUEAKERS IN 
DISAPPOINTING SEASON 

The 1966 football season was a frustrating one 
for players and fans alike. In several games, the 
Deacons played poorly and. as a result, they were 
soundly defeated. On other occasions, however, they 
played fine football, only to have bad breaks turn 
the tide of the game against them. The Deacs were 
able to win three games, but these games were so 
close that few fans felt assured of a victory until 
the final gun went off. But, in spite of such frustra- 
tion, there was hope of better things to come, as the 
Baby Deacs went undefeated and the recruiting pro- 
gram of Coach Bill Tate hit new heights. 




The Deacs snap out of the huddle in a determined, yet futile, fourth 
quarter drive against N. C. State. 




Primed to fire, the bomb is practically on its 
way as an Auburn defender arrives too late. 



189 



HARASSING DEFENSE 
ANNOYS OPPOSITION 



In the season's opener, six Deacon fumbles gave 
Virginia a 24-10 victory at Charlottesville. Even 
though the Deacs amassed 342 yards of total offense, 
it was the Cavaliers' Bob Davis who stole the show, 
by passing for 206 yards. Tate called the game the 
worst one in his three years at Wake Forest. 

The contest with Maryland the next week was no 
less disastrous. Mistakes and the inability to move 
the ball hurt the Deacs, as the Terps romped to an 
easy 34-7 victory. 

Eager Wake fans saw the Deacons lose their home 
opener to N. C. State by a disappointing 15-12 
margin. Wake held a 6-0 lead throughout the first 
three quarters, but, in the fourth quarter, the Wolf- 
pack struck back with two touchdowns. Then, after 
battling back with a 66 yard Erickson to Henry 
touchdown pass. Chick George missed a 2.5 yard field 
goal, and more gloom was added to a cold, rain- 
soaked day. 



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Band members do a little -Howard hexing" p,„ ■». 

prior to the haljtime show on Honieroming. fg 












With precision timing. Chick George boots a 40 yard field goal which 
proved decisive in Wake's 30 triumph over VNC. 



Sophomore quarterback Ken Erickson breaks toward the outside 
an option play while a V.P.I, defender do 





Coach Tate outlines game strategy during a 
light workout prior to a Saturday afternoon 
¥~ gridiron clash. 



191 







The expression of cheerleader Ed Barker could well be 
characterize the season — one of disappointment and anxiety. 



SCORES 



WF 




OPPONENT 


10 


Virginia 


24 


7 


Maryland 


34 


12 


N. C. State 


15 


6 


Auburn 


14 


10 


South Carolina 


6 


3 


North Carolina 





21 


Clemson 


23 





Virginia Tech 


11 


21 


Memphis State 


7 





Florida State 


35 



Yardage comes hard through the middle and the determined plunges 
of fullback Ken Hauswald played a hey role. 




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Digit Laughridge oiit-m 
pers toward the sidelin 



MISTAKES, SPUTTERING OFFENSE 
CAUSE FRUSTRATION 

The fourth quarter again proved to be decisive in 
the next three games. At Auburn, the Deacs were 
able to stay alive until a final quarter score set the 
Wake squad down for the fourth time in a row. The 
Deacons were almost forced into a repeat perfor- 
mance by South Carolina. However, a tremendous 
defensive effort late in the fourth quarter clinched 
a thrilling 10-6 victory over the Gamecocks. 

The Tar Heels of UNC provided the opposition the 
next week, and the Deacons were ready. Chick 
George kicked a 40 yard field goal in the first quar- 
ter, and that proved to be the only score in the ball 
game. The Deacon defense, led by Don McMurry, 
came up with great defensive play in the fourth quar- 
ter by stopping Danny Talbot, and Homecoming in 
Chapel Hill was spoiled. 



The steady play of tackle Lynn Nesbitt, who 
tabbed as a preseason All-America candi- 
date, was, in all respects, impressive. 







Sophomore "Jet" Johnson sprints through the opening set up by a 
stout ofjensire line. 



193 





The confidence and determination of Head Coach Bill Tate is depicted 
as he views the action on the field, discusses a crucial play with a 
pressbox assistant, gives final instructions on a key piny, and watches 
the result of his strategy. 



194 



THE BIG PLAY REQUIRES PRECISION, PRACTICE. AND TEAMWORK 



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FOOTBALL TEAM— Row one: A. Harper, R. Sloan, D. Penn, J. Sepic, D. Ferezan. R Opiinger, J. Snow, L. Nesbitt, K. Hauswald, D. McMurray, 
J. Wilson, R. Hobbs, A. Heck. Row two: J. Dixon, D. Hensley, B. Williams, E. Arnngton. K. Erickson, R. Vosters, J. Arrington, T. Stuetzer, B. Per- 
retz, F. Wiesl, J. Johnson, D. Buck. Row three: R. Grant, D. Hessler, R. Anderson, L. Walt, P. Cheatwood, R. Decker, E. Atkinson, L. Freelund, T. 
Sklutes, R. Smith. W. Overton. M. Sasser. Row four: B. Baker. K. Henry, W. Graves, D. White, H. Brookshire, M. Blasiole. I. Smith, R. Critz, 
W. Brown, R. Brenner. L. Halvorson. Row five: R. White. B. Hickman, D. Laughridge. R. Hendrick. J. McQueenv. C. George, W. Scheib. W. Clack, 
S. DePauIa, H. Stanback. 



On Homecoming Day, the Deacons hoped to break 
a couple of jinxes for Coach Tate. Tate had never 
won a homecoming game and he had never beaten 
Frank Howard's Clemson Tigers. The Deacons, down 
21-7 at the half, suddenly came to life in the second 
half and, with just thirty seconds left in the game, they 
had battled to a 21-21 tie and had the ball. Erickson 
then attempted to throw a bomb from his own end 
zone and was tackled for a safety. Thus, with "a 
little help from Up There," the Homecoming-Clemson 
jinx continued. 

The next week, the Deacons statistically outplayed 
Virginia Tech. but the Gobblers won on the score- 
board (where it counts) 11-0. The Memphis State 
game was a different story, however, as the Deacs 
made their own breaks on both offense and defense 
and upset the Tigers 21-7. In the season's finale, 
the Deacs were solidly outclassed by Florida State, 
28-0. 

Although it was a disappointing season, it can 
hardly be considered an omen of bad things to come. 
With a solid core of returning varsity players and 
with the help of some talented freshmen, the 1967 
season should produce some wins. 






ASSISTAM (DM IIK^ - L.ii i.. ukIu . Jo.- I'mp,,, 
Dick Anderson. Ken Karr, Bill Daxis. Joe Madden. 



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EXPLOSIVE FROSH 
TROUNCE OPPONENTS . . . 
BABY DEACS ARE UNDEFEATED 

One of Bill Tate's first acts as head football coach 
was to promise an ACC football championship for 
Wake Forest within four or five years. That was 
three years ago and that promise is unfulfilled. How- 
ever, this year's freshman team gave hope to Deacon 
supporters that Tate's timetable might yet be realized. 
Under the direction of Coach Ken Karr, the Baby 
Deacs powered their wav to an undefeated season, 
the first such perfect mark ever recorded for a fresh- 
man team at Wake Forest. 

An aggressive defense provided the key to success 
by allowing the opposition an average of only 6.6 
points a game and by consistently setting up offensive 
scores. Supplementing the fierce defense was a hard- 
running offensive unit which churned out 1,052 yards 
rushing and which tallied 96 points for the season. 
The frosh worked as a team, a fact which made their 
play even more outstanding. 

Characterized by an abundance of ability and an 
attitude of confidence, the freshmen will be challeng- 
ing for varsity positions in 1967. Their presence will 
be a powerful influence in realizing Tate's champion- 
ship dreams. 





The Wake freshmen, capitalizing on their outstanding . 
send Jurewicz through the middle. 



After the fifth straight victory. Coach Karr 
hoisted into the air by exuberant players. 





The Baby Dene defense, always hard to penetrate, thwarts anothe 
drive. 




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The hands tell the story: Baby Deacs ha 
scored again. 



197 



BASKETBALL 




Captain 



Dunking the ball comes easy for b'6" fonvard. 



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PRIDE AND HUSTLE 
CHARACTERIZE 
DEACON CAGERS 

Pre-season forecasts were dismal indeed for Wake 
Forest basketball fans, as "the experts" predicted a 
last-place finish for the Deacons. This was but one 
of the problems facing new head coach Jack McClos- 
key, who had inherited a team lacking in height and 
suffering from slack recruiting. But McCloskey and 
his assistants Neil Johnston and Billy Packer instilled 
in the Deacons a spirit of pride and hustle which 
helped them to fool the experts and become a decisive 
factor in the ACC championship race. 

The Deacs were led by All-American candidate 
Paul Long, whose off-balance shots, offensive moves, 
and deadly accuracy were applauded by friend and 
foe alike. Jerry Montgomery, the other iialf of 
Wake's backcourt pair, also drew praise for his mid- 
air acrobatics and playmaking ability. Center Dave 
Stroupe paced the team in field goal accuracy and, 
along with forwards Jim Boshart and Newton Scott, 
led the team in rebounding. In several contests, 
juniors Paul Crinkley and Jimmy Broadway and 
sophomore Jay Randall assumed starting roles; but, 
more often than not, McCloskey stayed with his 
original starters. 




ng leader Paul Long drives in fo. 
ime victory over Virginia Tech. 



ntested lay-up 




The Wake defense, which yielded an average 
of 77.5 points per game, stiffens in a victorious 
tournament effort against Clemson. 



199 



DEACONS FACE 
TOUGH OPPOSITION 

The Deacs dropped the season's opener to David- 
son, but, behind Jerry Montgomery's 20 points, 
bounced back to clobber State. Tenth-ranked V.P.I. 
was next in line, and spurred by ex-Gobbler Paul 
Long's fantastic play, the Deacons were able to grab 
an exciting upset victory in overtime. The following 
two games saw Wake Forest pitted against two of 
the nation's top teams: Cincinnati and Vanderbilt. 
(This was no strange situation for the Deacons, as 
they played what was estimated to be the third 
toughest schedule in the nation.) A desperation 
jump shot by Newton Scott fell short as the buzzer 
sounded to give Cincinnati a shaky 59-58 victory. 
Against Vanderbilt the Deacs put up a tremendous 
battle but fell at the hands of the mighty Commo- 
dores 88-82. 

During Christmas holidays, the Deacons nianaged 
to whip Maryland 68-59, but fell victim to Duquesne, 
Temple, and Duke in non-conference clashes. With 
the season a third of the way finished, the Deacs 
played host to second-ranked U.N.C. What was ex- 
pected to be a slaughter turned into one of the sea- 
son's most exciting contests, as the towering, All- 
America studded Carolina team had its hands full 
with the Deacons. It took an unbelievable play by 
Larry Miller in the last seconds to doom Wake 
Forest to a 2 point defeat. 




"Zeke" banks n diving jumper into the buck 




M- ' ^^ W^^ Newton Scott drives for the basket as U.N.C 
MM m9t -J**— Lewis defends. 



Center Dave Stroupe sinks one of his unbelievable twisting lay-up 
in a losing effort against U.S.C. 








ITilh a flip of the UTist AU-American candidate Paul Long slashes 
the nets icith uncanny accuracy. 




"HARD . . . DE-FEAT" 



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V.N.C's Clark and Lewis are helpless as soph: 
more Jerry Montgomery pumps in a fifl 
footer. 




CONFERENCE SLUMP 
HITS DEACS 

After the disheartening defeat at the hands of Caro- 
lina, Wake bounced back to sniasli Virginia 84-77, 
as Jim Boshart bucketed a career high of 28 points. 
Then V.P.I, avenged its earlier defeat, and scrappy 
V.M.I, came within a basket of upsetting the Dea- 
cons. Suddenly, the Deacons found themselves and 
demolished Davidson and Clemson to round out a 
three game winning streak. The Deacons were 4-1 
in conference play and found themselves in second 
place behind the Tar Heels. This position was short- 
lived, however, as South Carolina's Gamecocks sent 
the Deacs on a downhill slide of nine straight losses. 
This losing streak (which included over time losses 
to Carolina and State and a last second loss to Clem- 
son) was the longest in over two decades at Wake 
Forest. The demoralized Deacons, who had played 
their hearts out and lost and lost and lost, finally 
hit the bottom with a humiliating 42 point loss to the 
torrid Duke Blue Devils. 




Center David Stroupe goes up betu 
ginia players for a rebound. 




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Paul Crinkley, Wakes ''sixth 



often the big man in dutch situations 



Coach McCloskey begins a new era of sideline color and 







BASKETBALL RESULTS 



WF 


OPPONENT 


63 


Davidson 


76 


87 


N.C. State 


67 


78 


V.P.I. (OT) 


75 


82 


Vanderbilt 


88 


58 


Cincinnati 


59 


71 


Duquesne 


89 


68 


Maryland 


59 


58 


Temple 


84 


73 


Duke 


78 


74 


North Carolina 


76 


84 


Virginia 


77 


70 


V.P.I. 


82 


71 


V.M.I. 


70 


88 


Davidson 


74 


90 


Clemson 


80 


60 


South Carolina 


77 


73 


North Carolina (OT) 


75 


68 


Clemson 


70 


66 


South Carolina 


83 


67 


Virginia 


81 


66 


St. Joseph's 


79 


84 


Duke 


97 


59 


N.C. State (OT) 


64 


71 


Duke 


113 


78 


Maryland 


64 




ACC TOURNAMENT 


63 


Clemson (2 OT's) 


61 


79 


North Carolina 


89 



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Forward Jim Boshart clears the boards in 
U.N.C. 



I1\-KFTBALL 1E\^\ -Kna-Ung: Coach Ne.l Johnston, Head Coach Jack McCIoskev, Coach B.llv Packei 
Randall. P. Long. J. Boshart. N. Scott. D. Stroupe. S. -Shittaker. J. Snyder. J. Broadway. P. Crinkley, R. Ma 



McCLOSKEY INSPIRES 
DISHEARTENED TEAM 
TO TOURNAIVIENT WIN 

Under the inspiration of Coach McCloskey, the 
Deacs picked themselves up from the ground, deter- 
mined to fight back and prove themselves. A changed 
Wake Forest hasketball team hosted the unsuspecting 
Terrapins of Maryland in the regular season finale! 

The Terrapins were outrebounded, outhustled. out- 
shot, and outplayed, as Paul Long dumped in 25 
points and led the Deacons to one of their most im- 
pressive victories of the year. 

In the preliminary round of the ACC Tournament, 
the Deacons proved themselves again with a come- 
from-behind double overtime victory over the Clem- 
son Tigers. In the tournament semifinals against 
U.N.C, Wake played an inspired brand of basket- 
ball and led by as many as eight points in the 
second half. Then, once again, Larry Miller broke 
loose and scored 29 points in the second half to 
lead the eventual ACC champions to an 89-79 vic- 
tory. 



. Standing: M. Bertram. B. Wills, J. 
hew, L. Cain, J. Montgomery. 



nent action against 




BABY DEACS CAPTURE 
BIG EOUR CHAMPIONSHIP 

This years freshman haskefball team, one of the 
most puhlicized in recent years, rounded out a highly 
successful season by clinching the Big Four title with 
an 89-85 win over Duke. Coach Neil Johnston, in 
his debut as a college coach, guided the frosh to an 
impressive 11-5 record. The Baby Deacs canned 
87.9 points per game while holding the opposition 
to an 83.4 average. 

The function of any freshman team is to groom 
athletes for varsity competition. This year's frosh 
team, however, may have surpassed that olijective. 
Individual performances were outstanding through- 
out the season, and toward the end of the year, 
precision team work helped to mold a group of out- 
standing plavers into a potentially great team. 

Guard Dickie Walker led the team in scoring with 
a dazzling 27.6 average and in field goal percentage 
with a .519 mark. Norwood Todniann. the other 
half of the Baby Deacs highly rated backcourt pair, 
popped the nets for an average of 2.3.8 points per 
game. Center Dan Ackley led the team in rebounding 
with a 10.3 average, while forward Larry Habegger 
cleaned the boards at an 8.8 pace. Forward Danny 
Meyer and guard David Smith rounded out the "start- 
ing six." 




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Lenilini; scorer Dickie Unlher goes up with n i:imjwr nite 
off entire more. 



Big Dan Achlev cleans the hoards 
toriolis effort against Duke, 



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In his usual calm manner. Coach Neif Johnston mops out game 
strategy during a time-out period. 





SWIMMING 



LACK OF DEPTH DOOMS 
TANKMEN TO SIXTH PLACE 
FINISH 

Lacking as usual the depth of talent necessary to 
compete successfully in the tough Atlantic Coast 
Conference, Coach Leo Ellison's swimming team 
completed the season with a mediocre 4-8 record, 
and splashed to a sixth place finish in the ACC 
championship meet. However, the tankmen, led by 
Milt Ackerman and team captain Rick Sedgley, were 
somewhat impressive in victories over Davidson, 
Duke, Appalachian, and William and Mary. Also 
an impressive array of talented Freshmen broke 
several records, and are expected to greatly strengthen 
next year's squad. 



SWIMMING TEAM— Row one: R. Sedgley, T. Graham, D. Riordan, 
J. Falls, R. Blank, Coach Ellison. Row two: Mfir. F. Donaldson, M. 
Ackerman, F. Stelling, V. Howard, T. Clark. 




Captain Rick Sedgley tries his hand in the 200 yard breast stroke. 









Jack Falls starts his spring from the blocks as Tom Craha 
in during a freestyle relay against Duke. 



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Sedgley completes the last leg of the 200 yard butterfly as fudges 
record his time. 




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BASEBALL 





Bob Bhntun drills a single to center field "under" the discerning eyes 
of the first base umpire. 



Coach Stallings discusses the ground rules with 
the ump in their traditional pre-game meeting. 



DEPTH, HUSTLE, AND STALLINGS: 
ALWAYS A WINNING 
COMBINATION 

As the crack of the bat ushered in the new season, 
Coach Jack Stallings fielded a squad with almost 
more depth than he knew what to do with. And, in- 
deed, balance and depth turned out to be the forte 
of the Deacon nine as eleven lettermen returned 
from a squad which racked up a third place finish 
in the A. C. C. last year with a 12-12 overall record. 

At the beginning of the season, Stallings ventured 
to say that "we'll have a pretty good ball club." 
Prophecy turned into reality as the Deacs whipped a 
strong Kent State team in the season's opener 3-2. 
The team drew heavily from last year's talented 
freshmen team which sported a 14-4 record, as at 
least five sophomores found themselves in key start- 
ing roles. In addition to the power hitting, precision 
pitching, and pressure defense, hustle and desire 
made the '67 team click. 




First Hii^rmnn Hiirr} Murphy uhips the ball around in a pre-game 



nd—Ty Cobb-styl 




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Packing are Hill .S(H,,/es lets loose with a sweeping cuneball. 



SOPHOMORES STEP INTO 
KEY POSITIONS 

The Deacs were hampered by early season injuries 
but wasted little time in building up steam. Heading 
the list of veterans were Steve Wrenn at first base, 
Sonny Swails at second base. Bill Myers at short stop, 
and Dickie Myers at the catcher position. The 
mound crew was headed by Steve Wrenn, Paschal 
Renn, Will Staples and Bob Mumford, all lettermen. 
Intermingled with the veterans was a group of highly 
talented sophomores led by slugging third baseman 
Digit Laughridge, centerfielder-pitcher, Jim Callison, 
right fielder Bob Blanton. and first baseman Barry 
Murphy. 

The Deacs began the season by splitting a two-game 
series with Kent State and then headed south for tlie 
Florida State invitational tournament. Primed for 
action they returned to an always tough race for the 
A. C. C. title. 



Hustle and desire were the trademarks ol this year's Deacon squad. 



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Digit Laughridge slams a line drive to renter field in the season's 
opener against Kent State. 






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Centerfielder Jim Caltison, one of file sophomore starters, loosens up 
while waiting fiis turn at bat. 



BASEBALL TEAM: Row one—S. Swails, B. Myers, J. Callison, S. Taylor, D. Bartlett, R. Harris. Row (Ho-Coach Jack StaUings, D. Har- 
ner, H. Pike, D. Myers, J. Williamson, B. Murphy, R. Blanlon. Row three— 'W. Staples, P. Renn, R. Branham, L, Cain, T. Berry, W. Heit- 
man, Mgr. T. Ashburn. 



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TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY 







Al Viehman. John Hodsim. „n,l Jim Hope paced the Deacon ha 
to one of the best records ci t-r. 



TRACK TEAM: Row one: A Viehman, J. Hope. J. Hodson, J. Mo 
Ashton, J. Best, B. Raisner, E. Barker, A. Stauch. 



HARRIERS STREAK TO 
7-1 RECORD 

Led by Captain Al Viehman, the Wake Forest 
cross-country team completed one of its best seasons 
ever by racing to a third place finish in the ACC meet 
and recording a 7-1 mark in dual meet competition. 
Coach Keith Hamilton's squad posted impressive 
victories over N. C. State, Davidson, Virginia, V.P.I., 
Clemson, and South Carolina, while losing to only 
North Carolina in the regular season. The team 
then went on to finish in a third place tie with Duke 
in the State Championship Meet and placed behind 
only Maryland and North Carolina in the conference 
meet. 

Vieluiian. who finished eighth in both meets, John 
Hodsdon. Jim Hope, Jim Sheffer, and Bob Duval 
paced the Deacon's rimning. Although Viehman 
graduates, the prospects appear favorable for the 
cross-country team in the future as the rest of the 
starting four, along with Jim Best and Stan Cambell, 
return. 

?ainwater, J. Glasheen, Row two: W, David, C. Adams, D. Asch, R. 



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Cnai-h Keilh Hamilton confers with A! Vieh- 
man in a pre-mect warmitp. 



Broad-jumper Julian Rainwater paced the fteldmen with measured 
leaps into the pit. 



Coach Keith Hamilton found many problems 
awaiting him last fall when he became head track 
coach at Wake Forest. The Deacon track team had 
several talented performers, but, as in the past, lack 
of depth promised to be the nemesis of the cinder- 
men. Individual performances were often outstand- 
ing, and many school records, including those in the 
pole vault, the intermediate hurdles, and the mile, 
were threatened. Overall team performance, how- 
ever, tended to negate many of these individual 
achievements. 

A small number of veterans formed the nucleus 
of the squad. Al Viehman and John Hodsdon were 
outstanding in the longer running events, while 
Julian Rainwater excelled in the pole vault. Tom 
Fitch in the high jump and Joe Mount in the sprints 
also helped to supply the experience necessary for 
a balanced attack. 




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LINKMEN ENJOY 
NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT 

Last year's golf team was outstanding, finishing 
second in the ACC with an overall 6-3 mark. How- 
ever, this year the linkmen were even more dynamic — 
almost invulnerable. Coach Jesse Haddock had a 
team of great depth and almost unlimited potential. 

As in most sports this year, the focus was on the 
sophomores, and the golf team is the most notable 
example. Sophomore Jack Lewis, who tied for third 
in the U.S. Amateur Tournament, has been acclaimed 
Wake's best golfer since the Palmer-Patton days. 
Along with Lewis, sophomore Leonard Thompson 
strengthened an already strong group of lettermen 
which included siich standouts as John Buczek, John 
Harris, Dan Herring, and Doug Ford, Jr. 



John Hams I, 
at 01,1 Town. 



[he 18th green during a practic 



GOLF 



GOLF r^AM~Row one: C. Snipes. J. Inman, D. Herring, D. Ford, 
Jr.. J. Harris. J. Lewis. Row two: N. Swenson, C. Cowan, M. Long, 
J. Buczek, L. Thompson, Coach Haddock. 








Leonard Thompson blasts out of a sand trap, 
annoying hazards. 



of the game's most 




Jack Lewis, acclaimed as one of ffake's finest golfers ever, follows 
through on a six iron shot from the edge of the 




John Buczek bends down to tee up the ball bef> 
tional drives. 



TENNIS 




TENNIS TEAM— fio/c one: D. Ashcraft. R. MacViicic, C. S.i.ll 
Row iwo: M. Ruhenstfin, C. Pi.-rre, E. Farker. Coach Eeiglilnn. 




Dave Ashcraft demonstralcs near perfect jo, 
his bach-hand swing. 



! 'I 



218 



NETMEN HAVE DEPTH . . . 
BEGIN TO CLIlMB 

This spring Coach Jim Leighton unveiled a tennis 
team with perhaps the greatest potential in Wake's 
history. Among the six players returning from last 
season were lettermen Ed Parker and Rob Knapp, 
who ranked as the top "netmen" on last year's squad. 
Sophomores Mike Rubenstein and Dave Ashcraft, 
standouts from their freshman year, contributed 
added force to the strength of the squad. 

Although last year's varsity posted a record of 
three wins and twelve losses, the freshmen completed 
the season with four wins, two losses, and one tie. 
Greater depth and new blood are the elements which 
assure a brighter future as Wake is, as Coach Layton 
has predicted, well on its way towards becoming a 
dangerous tennis power in the ACC. 




• 




Ron MacVittie shows strain at the peak of his 



i.y 






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Junior Ed Parker, returning jrom the number 
one position on last year's squad, returns a 
volly against teammate Ron MacVittie. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




There were the ecstati 



THE CHEERLEADERS— Lf/( to right: E. Barker, N. Bost. H, McDowell, J. Davis, M. Lewis, A. Odom, D. Pugh, L. Barrick, C. Seidle, K. Sutton. 
On ground: Demon Deacon Dwight Gentry. 




. "iu,^. 'S.. '■•''^' ^K^-^^ ^'^'':' ■:■'■*■'/ ..,■■/*ii^A:^ ^^^^l:^-' 




. the tense moments 



the light moments— but seldom was there a dull 




CHEERLEADERS FIND 
THE BIG NEW SOUND 

After a normal vear of handsprings, human pyra- 
mids, tamborines and pom-poms, the Deacon cheer- 
leading squad found a new approach to creating 
mass enthusiasm during the last week of the basket- 
ball season. Using Winston-Salem State cheerleaders 
as enthusiastic tutors in a special chapel program, 
the group initiated a whole new series of cheers into 
the Deacon tradition. 

Behind the leadership of senior Ed Barker and 
Demon Deacon Dwight Gentry, the cheerleaders ac- 
companied the teams on the road and raised support 
at home games with their traditional spirit. Because 
of the accomplishments of this year's squad, many 
new generations of Wake fans will not soon forget 
that "We-are-the mighty Deacs, and we-don't give-a 
hoot about those-Devils." 



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221 



INTRAMURALS 




Two members of Wake Forest's newest team practice their dnhbiing 
ivhile preparing for an inter-collegiate soccer match. 







■-^^ *^»* 






-s^i 



X'V. 






An incomplete pass that ran mean the difference between victory or 
defeat means almost as much to a Greek athlete as to be a member 
of the varsity team. 



INTRAMURALS PROMOTE 
SPORTSMANSHIP, PROVIDE 
KEEN COMPETITION 

To loniljat tlie "vicious cycle of false fatigue," 
tiie physical education department sponsors a wide 
range of intramural sports in which students have 
the opportunity to relieve tensions through highly 
competitive activities. Ranging from football and 
basketball to horseshoes and ping pong, the intra- 
mural program offers competition on both a team 
and an individual basis. 

The intramural season began as Phi Delta Phi's 
Defenders captured the campus football champion- 
ship with a close 13-12 win over Theta Chi. Pi Kappa 
Alplia look first place honors in cross-country. Kappa 
Alpha dominated the golf and basketball competi- 
tion and Theta Chi placed first in swimming and 
riflery. 

The Soccer Club, under the direction of Ed Wis- 
neski, lias made tremendous progress since its for- 
mation in the fall. If enthusiasm continues at its 
present tempo, soccer may soon be officially recog- 
nized as a varsity sport. 



222 







The action of these two grapplers is similar in intensity to that found 
in any of the diverse activities found in the intramural program. 




The acliiities of the Deacon co-eds are also developed in the intra- 
mural program as seen here in field hocke) play against cross-town 



223 





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1 


_ 







TERRY FULLER and DOTTIE DAIGNEAULT, Editors 



''The future is not in the 
hands of fate, but in ours." 

Jules Tusserand 



t 



-y^ 




the conflicts with North Carolina Bap- 



SENIORS 
REMEMBER . . . 

Four's a common number, divis- 
ible by two and even pretty small 
when compared to the bigger mim- 
bers, like five hundred or three 
thousand. But it becomes even 
larger when it refers to years, 
months, or days. Four years be- 
comes incredibly large. Four years 
between eighteen and twenty-two are 
even more meaningful. For over 
five hundred people here, these four 
years are gone. 

It all started in the fall of 1963. 
It's easy to remember the first day 
because you knew when you arrived 
that you were supposed to be re- 
membering everything that hap- 
pened. So, you remember the de- 
tails that your roommate had on a 
brown vest and his mother had on 
a real flower with a black and gold 
ribbon, probably something her 
husband thought would be nice. 
You were glad then that your 
mother wasn't ostentatious. Your 
first class and your first date were 
pretty much alike. Both were rather 
dull and uncomfortable. 



Four years in the Take Forest world, a world 
involved in the goings-on of other worlds . . . 
tike the politics of national elections . . . 




or Bon 
created 



ery world . 



226 




The first A ill English left you 
on the ceiling and after you came 
down and made it to Winston Hall, 
you absorbed the D- on a lab prac- 
tical with all the finesse you could 
muster. This wasn't much, because 
by then you hated your roommate 
and echinoderms and being a fresh- 
man. But you toughed it out. No- 
body could call you maladjusted. 

And the time passed and you 
were listed in the student handbook 
as a 2 and then a 3 and then you 
were a 4 and were supposed to be 
really excited about it yet you 
didn't know if you were or not. You 
didn't know if you liked it because 
it worried you that some things were 
just a haze — that you had to stop 
and think to remember what courses 
you took second semester sopho- 
more year or why you majored in 
history instead of English and if 
you did it because you had B's in 
both history courses and only a B 
and a C in English. 



and then the seemingly unending question of 
university status was answered in this senior 
year. 



227 



THE LAST OF FOUR YEARS 
PASSED QUICKLY 

You realized in your fourth year that the weight 
of thai first suitcase had suddenly shifted to a 
heavier burden and you had to make decisions and 
plan things in another series of years — two for grad 
school, three for the Army, two out for kicks before 
a wedding. Then you began planning your world 
around numbers again. "Can you guarantee me 
$130 starting salary?" and "Jeanne, I think three 
children would be enough." 

You tell your father that "yes," you have grown 
up and your dialogue with him sounds like some- 
thing you might hand to the personnel manager at 
Wachovia Bank. You've had a course in philosophy 
and religion so you've thought about self and God 
and everything else that may be important. You've 
even played a round of golf with an economics prof 
so you know that you'll adjust in the executive circle. 
You've been to Jamaica and to the Bunny Club in 
Atlanta, so you've acquired your share of cosmo- 
politanism. In a number of years you'll have a num- 
ber of children and a house with a mailbox with a 
nice zip code number and you'll do just fine. You've 
had four years at Wake Forest and now you're a 
graduate witli the answers to all the (|uestions, except 
mavbe one. Who am I after four? 



rri; mh i&tilh anb iBlarkr™ 



, 8.-.000 Grant Is Awarded 
■ For MRC llnUHe Projects 



TRIBBLE TO RETIRE IN JUNE 

Tigers Spoil Wake Forest Homecoming With Unreal Safety 

E^: mh (^olh mih math 's- 



KliiMl.l.imi'unl.'.'.l 
TH.-^luiliumKHv.- 



^^^^ft^l^m ^^ ilsoii Submits Kesignalion 
|fflBt^^^|^ T" Become Full Professor 



mh CSnI^ anhmatk 



"".r""L wti 



l!;i|ilislsToMeelInColiseum 
I'or |j\ peeled Quiet Session 



is- mh 0>ol^ mxh ^llark-- 



\(li\il\ ire. Itooni Kales Cause Increase 
( >f .^1 7.'> III \e\l ^ ear's College Charges 



\^;4KE IS NAMED UNIVERSITY 



thalK'iijit' '(u Projfrain I><>oks At 'Fros|M'i*ity' 



Rochrell: .\pgrwH 
Communint Harhtl 



tiri'gory-: I S l/iMi 
So/ne Race Trouble 



the big stories in '67 u'ith plentiful publicity 



228 




or the silent digging making room for a new stadiurr 



229 




FAYE SETZER 
Editor of the Howler 



TOMMY BAKER 
Past chairman of the Men's Judicial Board 




KEN HAUSWALD 
President of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity 



230 




BUTCH PATE 
President of ihe Student Body 




OUTSTANDING SENIORS 




Three per cent of a graduating class of five hun- 
dred and ten were elected by their classmates as 
Outstanding Senior Personalities early in the spring. 
Begun in 1957 in an effort to allow students them- 
selves to recognize those individuals who, in the 
student's own opinion have made a significant con- 
tribution to the school or to the class, senior person- 
alities this year represent publications, athletics, 
student government, woman's government, those out- 
standing in work with the Men's Residence Council 
or perhaps outstanding fraternity men. 




BARBARA PRICE 

Senior Class Legislator 



231 




JADE NORRIS 

President of Babcock Dorm 



STEVE BURNS 
Chairman of the Orientation Committee 




tej^'-'ifc^ -^ ^ 







JOHN SNOW 
Tackle for the Wake Forest football team 



232 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Charlie Myers, Vice-President 

> I 
il 



w^ Ik Sandy Acton, Tre. 



^ i 



233 




iit^dlB 



Raleigh 
1,2,3.4), Pledge Trainer and 
nlerlralernily Council (3,4), 



ACTON, JOHN ALLAN 

B.B.A. IN FINANCE. Kappa Alph 

Vice-Pre».d..nl 14); Circle K (2,3) 

Treasurer (41 ( Treasurer Senior Class. 

ADAMS. CHARLES COCHRAN, III 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Wingale CoUege (1,2 

Track (3,4); Kappa Sigma. 

ALBERT, HE.NRY LEE, JR. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. 

ANDERSON. THOMAS BENJAMIN 

B.A. IN LATIN. P. Kappa Alpha. 



ANDREW, WILLIAM MICHAEL McLeansviUe 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha. Scholarship Chair- 
man (2), Treasurer (3); Challenge '65, Administrative Coordinator; 
Model United Nations (2,3), "Best Speaker" (3); Interdisciplinary 
Honors Program; Political Science Honors; Whos Who. 
ANDREWS, MICHAEL WAYNE Timberlake 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. W.F.B.A. (3) ; Student FaciUties 

ASHBURN, THOMAS NORVELL, JR. Savannah Ga 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Football (!)• ROTC 
(1,2.3); Manager Baseball (3,4); W FDD (2). 
AUSTIN, PAMELA JOYCE Orlando Fla 

B.A. IN MUSIC. University of California at Santa Barbara (1,2); 
Chapel Choir (3,4) ; Touring Choir (3) ; Wake Forest Baptist Church 



l\ 



(l.U, 



WC.A. Handbook (1); Ori 
imi Cijiincil Representative (4). 
I WI Id ^sFl.l, 
II' M -I II ME. Alpha Phi 



Fremont 

Band (1,2.3.41. Marching 

Committee (4) ; 



Ro 



iviUe 



BAllNsIN ^1 \M l-'i lUnMAS 
B.S. IN BIOLOGY. 
BAKER, THOMAS YATES, 111 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma (1.2.3.4); Judicial Board d'S) 
Caiairman; Old Gold and Black (2,3,4); Challenge '65 (2); Orien- 
tation Committee 13). 



2,3) ; Y.D,C. 
lie. III. 
Raleigh 



BALDWIN. REUBEN LYNWOOD. Ill Durham 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha (1,2, 
3,4); Football (1,2,3); Y.R.C. (1,2); Latin Club (1.2,3). 
BARBER, ELIZABETH DIANE Decatur Ga 

B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Les Soeurs; B.S.U.; College Union Lecture 

BARKER. EDLOW 

U.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUC.WION. Thei 

Pill Eiisilon Kappa. 

BARLOW. SUSAN JacksonvUle 

B.A, IN ENGLISH. Eta Sigma Phi; English Club; Y.R.C; Old Gold 

and Black. 

BARNES. KENNETH EARL Cary 

B.A- IN ENGLISH. B.S.U. 11.2,3,4); Cullom Ministerial Conference 
(1,2), Vice-President (2); International Club (1,2,3,4); German 
Club (2,3); English Club (3,41. 

BARR, JOHN Danville. Va. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Y.D.C.; College Union Lecture Committee. Co- 
Chairman, Building Committee; B.S.U. ; Who's Who. 
BARROWS. CONRAD ALAN Greenville, Miss 

B.A. IN SPANISH. Swimming Team (1,2); Monogram Club (3,4); 



(4). 

Pai 
,al Club (2,3), Secretary (3) 



France 



(1,2.3,4). Tri 
BATAC. ANNEMARIE 
B.A. IN SPANISH. Inte 



BEALE. WALTER HENRY Potecasi 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. English Club (3.4) ; Old Gold and Black (2,3) ; 

Student; Graylyn Society (3,4). 

BEAN, DAVID CHARLES Springfield, Pa. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Baseball (1); WFDD (2.3,41; Sigma Phi Epsi- 

lon (1,2,3.4) ; R.O.T.C. (1.2). 

BEAVERS. PAUL EDWIN Apex 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Y.D.C. (I); C.F.P. (2,3,4); N.L.A. (2,3,4). 



Iratf 



Cou 



:il 12,3.4) 



BECK. RICHARD CARL Bradenton. Fla. 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.^TION. Delta Sigma Phi (1,2, 
3,4), Treasurer (3.41. 

BELL. NANCY LYNN Hamptonville 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Strings, Social Chairman (4); Orchesis (3,4), 
Vice President (4); Dean's List (2); Orientation Committee (3); 
Majorette ( 1,2,3) , Co-Chief (3) ; W.G.A. Hall Counselor (4). Lambda 
Chi Alpha Crescent Girl 14). 

--"HARD MARLIN 

House Athletic Chairman 
(4). 

BERNHARDT. ALAN THOMAS Pitman, N. 1 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baptist Student Union (3,4); Col- 
lege Union (41. 

BERTRAND, WILLIAM THOMAS Pinehurst 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Chi. 

BESHEAR.S. PATRICIA ANNE Boone 

BA. IN ENGLISH. B.S.U. (1,2,3,4); College Union. Publicity Com- 
mittee (3.4), School Spirit Committee (3); Hall Counselor (2); 
Y.D.C. (1.2.3.4); .Strings (1.2). 

BETTI.S, HAROLD LEE, JR. Greensboro 

B.A. IN MATH. Sigma Chi (1.2.3.4); Freshman Baseball Manager 
(I); Dean's List; Kappa Mu Epsilon. 

BEUTTEL. STEPHEN CHARLES Pleasantville, N. J, 

B.S. IN CHEMLSTRY. Sigma Pi (1,2,3,4), Historian (3); Alpha 
Epsilon Delta (3,4) ; Gamma Sigma Epsilon (2,3.4), 



234 



SENIORS 



BLACK. MARCIA LYNN Arlington, Va. 

B.S. IN MATH. Strings (1,2.3,4), Treasurer (3). Vice-President and 
Rush Chairman 141; Marilimers (2.3.4); Dean's List (3); Junior 
Graduation Marshal; W.G.A.. Hall Counselor (2). Social Functions 
Committee (31, Summer School Treasurer (3). Dorm President (4); 
Orientation Student Advisor (31; Girls Imramurals (1.2); Y.R.C. 
(1). 



(U.3.4); Demon Dei 



BLO.XAM, PERCY i;. 

B.A. l.N HlsTUHl, Theta Ch 

BOLDT, liERT l)()l ARD, 11 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Wesley Foundation; Scabbard and Blade. 

BONDY, PETER J. QuayaquiL Ecu, 

B.S. IN M.WH. International Club (3); Sigma Phi Epsilon 12 



BOONE, EDWARD EVERETT Robersonnlle 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Sigma (2,3,4), Guard (4); Gamma 
Sigma Epsilon (3.4); HoWLtR Staff (3.4). Business Manager (4); 
Orientation Committee (3); Publications Board (4). 
BOWLES. MARY SUZANNE Thomasvillc 

B.A. IN HISTORY. S.O.P.H. (1,2.3.4) ; Debate (2,3) ; CoUege Choir 



(1.2); S.S.L. (2.3.4); Student Government Student Relal 

mittee; B.P.O.C; T.N.P.; S.N.E.A. 

BOYIE. BLAKE Del 

B.A. IN ^1" Inl iii;'! B.M.O.C. 

BRA.N.N. ^AMU; \ 1 HERYL WinsK 

B.A. l.N i'>1i,lilil il(.,Y Lenoir Rhyne College (1,2); Dei 

(3); ft omens Day Student " ' ' " 






BR.^TCHER, MEREDITH LYNN 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Siudem. Editorial Assi 

(4); English Club (3). Program Chairman 

BREEDLOVE. PAUL DAVIS 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. 

BRIDGES. ROGER DALE 

B.A. IN RELIGION. Eta Sigma Phi (2.3.4) 

BRITTINGHAM, ELLEN 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. 



North Wilkesboro 
12.3,4) ; Eta Sigma Phi (3,4) 
2) ; Student (4); Student As 



Statesville 

Soulhern Pines 
Chapel Choir (1,2.3) ; Organ 
); Les Soeurs (1.2,3,4); Phi 



BROCK. LARRY L. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Phi Alpha Theta 

President (4); Old Gold and Black 1 

sistant (2,3,4). 

BROWN, VICTORIA LYNNE 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. 

BROYLES. DIANNE FIELDS 

B.A. IN SPANISH. B.S.Y. (1.2.3.4); 

Guild (1,2.3). Secretary-Treasurer O 

Sigma Iota (3.4) . 

BUCHANNAN, ANNE GreenvUle 

B.A, IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Great Decisions 1965-66; Women's 

Business Fraternity; Challenge; International Club; Pohtical Science 

Faculty Colloquium. 



BUCKNER, NED ARNOLD 

B.A. IN RELIGIO.N. Alpha Phi Omega (3,4); B.S.U. 

BUCZEK, JOHN HENRY Mountai 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Golf Tea 

Kappa Alpha; Monogram Club; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

BURCH. BEVERLY ANNE 

B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. S.O.P.H. (1.2,3.4). 

BURCH. WARNER MILLER. JR. 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Beta Beta Be 

Sigma Epsilon. 



BURCHETTE, MARY K.\THRYN Cooleemee 

B.S. IN MATH. Kappa Mu Epsilon (3,4). VicePresidenl (4); 
Orientation Committee (3); Student Government Communications 
Committee (3); Graduation Marshal (3). 

BURGESS. OLIVER TAYLOR. JR. Norfolk, Va. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Baptist Student Union. 

BURNS, STEPHEN MERRITT Charlotte 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Freshman Class President; Old Gold and Black 
(1,2.3,4), Assistant Editor (2); Pershing Rifles (1,2,3,4); Scabbard 
and Blade (3.4) ; Circle K Club (2,3,4) ; Orientation Committee 
(2,4), Chairman (4); Student Legislature (1,4); Men's Residence 
Ciiuncil (3.4). Secretary 14); R.O.T.C. (1.2.3.4); Who's Who. 
BURNS. THOMAS JORDAN. JR. Winston-Salem 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chapel Choir; Sociology Club; German Club; 
Wesley Foundation. 



CALDWELL. DAVID STEWART 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Beta Beta Bel 

Y.D.C. 

CALLAHAN, LYNN THOMAS. Ill 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. 

CAMPBELL, CATHERINE H. 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Student Bar Auxiliary. 

CANADY, PAUL GLENN 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. English Club. 



3,4). Second Vice-President; 
RockviUe. Md. 



CANNADA. MARSHA ALLITA 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Dance Club 

(2.3.4) ; Junior Graduation Marsha 

College Union. Socials Committee ( 

CANNON. JOHN DOUGLAS 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Si 

First Councilor (41; Student Relatic 

CARRIKER, JOHN ELAM 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Wingate College (1.2). 

CARTER. ELIZABETH HARDING 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Physical Edu 

Gymnastics Club; tntramurals. 



Durham 
Orientation Group Leader 
College Theatre (2.3.4) ; 
Fine Arts Committee (21. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
'i (1.2,3.4). Secretary (2). 
mmittee (2.3.4). 

Killrell 



i-Salei 




235 



SENIORS 




CHEVES, ELIZABETH ANNE Kini;~pori. Tenn. 

B.A- IN CERMAN. Orchi-sis; B.S.U.; Graylyn Socicly; Delia Phi 

Al|,li.i rfi. I're<„l,.„l 14); The Student. 

IJIHI^II \^l \. loHN WADE New Canaan, Conn. 

F, A l\IM,ll^ll Freshman Football. 

(JLAIIK M \N Raleigh 

B \ l\ I'-V ]|n|(i(.1 I', Kappa Alpha ll.2.:UI. Fresidenl (41; 

Inl.fif ,ii i-iit> I. Mm, J ^.',;ll. ^eerela^y (3.4); Psychology Club 



I 1 I.M1I- \)\ 



;\l \ 



Dean's l.isl, 

COLLINS, THOMAS ROBERT 

B.A l.N HISTORY. Inlramurals 

Cliall.nt'e 

COOK. I)\\ ID W inslon-Salera 

BH \ IN l;l ^INIss ADMINISTRATION. 

CooKI I M;|I^ DOI (;LAS Aulander 

Bl; \ IN I ( IINOMILS AND FINANCE. Alpha Kappa Psi; Varsity 



I'LK. lollN WATSON 



NL \IARII ^^ 
I Id ( \TI()N H..' 



\. ClUNNING HOWARD, JR. 
IN BIOLOGY. Theta Chi (1,2,3.4). Secrel 
Sicma Phi (2,3,4). 



rieslon, W, V, 
ry (41. 

China Cro^ 

Bethes.li 



Md. 



,;ilr. u, I U ; Wkos 

Falls Church. Va. 



CRAWFORD. LARRY CLARKE 
B.S, IN BIOLOGY. Men's Residene 
V.ee Pr.si.l.nl ' |i ; R S.U. (1,2,3.4). 
man ' li . I:- i . Hn.i Beta (3,4) ; 
Alpli.i I i-iln„ II, li., 12.3,4). Officer 



Rutherfordti 
Council, House G( 

national Rel; 

Sisma Epsilon 12.3.4) 
3.4) ; Interdisciplinary Honor 



Den. 



3), 



(Wliildi K()(.KR SHARP Charlotte 

IN s(ii lol iH.V Alpha Kappa Psi, President (41; Major Func- 

I . ('/./ Cold and Black: College Band. 

I( II I H \l;l I -s MORRI.SQN. JR. Marshville 

IN nil I I II \l. SCIENCE. YR.C. (I); Young Americans for 

K.IIToN. DALE WEST Charlotte 

IN l'S^CHOLOCV. Choir 11.2.3); Les Soeors (2.,3,4I ; B.S,U. 
„1,U; Delta Phi Alpha (3,4); Psychology Club (3,4). 



CROMARTIE. RUTH SHIPP 

B.A IN Ps'l CHOI (ICY. RS.U.; Psvchologv Clul 

CROTHKK^ «ll 1 l\M R. 

Bll\ IN I ( oNdMICs AND FINANCE. Sigma 

Bill, I < ,jrii I I J I , Mplia Kappa Psi. 

( Kl II K-ll \NK I WIES R. 

lis IN MM II 

CRLMI'LER. AMOS GILMORE. JR. 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chapel Choir 



Clinton 

Charlotte 
Chi; Track (1); 

Waldvvick, N. J. 

Fuquay-Varina 



Bu! 



i Staff (1) 



Student Facilit 



. Con 



< City, N. J. 
Committee 
ttee (2,3) ; 



1,2,3,4); Orie 

11,21; Chairman Teacher Evaluation 
12) ; s,,„l,.„i Gn.rrnmenl (1,2,3). 
IKoM KMilN WIS Wilmington, DeL 

lll^lnin Ihi. \ri- Committee (2); Hockey (1). 
W II II \M I Mil Grifton 

N 111 sINLs.- .M.VRKETING. Alpha Kappa Psi (3,4), Trea- 
' . Beta Gamma Sigma (3,4), President (4) ; Y.D.C. (2.3,4) ; 

Asheboro 



DANIEL, LOGY Rll.SSELL, JR, 
R.BA. m ACCOUNTING. Delta Sigma Pi. 
DAMPS. noWII) W\Y\F South Cha 

IIS IN MM II lli.ii I I.I 11.2.3.4); Men's Judici 



on. W. Va. 
)oard (4); 

High Point 



\N1)ER. JR. 

I 1.2); Y.D.C. (4). 
NF. Medford, N, J 

ilia Kappa Psi; Y.R.C.; Wesley Founda 
1 iiion Arts Council; Choir; IndependenI 



DENNLS. RONALD GREEN High Point 

IIS. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Kappa Alpha 12.3.4); Y.R.C. (1). 
DFNKiN i.HMUM WILLIAMS. JR. Charlotte 

K\ IN lll-.liiK'i Kappa Sigma. .Secretary (3), Vice-President (4) ; 
I111..I. .i,,..,i, (.,.,„. il 11.2,3,4); Circle K 13.4); R.O.T.C. 11,2.3). 
IlllKl: I Wll - III vnELL Fairfax. Va. 



I)( iW ' 



I N(.l l^li 

■III, I \( K DOUGLAS 
II A IN IIIslDii-, |),.lia Sigi 
F. ..1.....11. - < I.. I. ' II . Internati 
\\'.,rksli,.p IJI . Cliallenge '67. 



Spartanburg, S. C. 
la Phi (2.3.4). Rush Chairman (4); 
inal Relalions Club (4) ; E.E. Folk 



236 



SENIORS 



UKU;. M\RV M.CMLLIM Monroe 

B.> IN \l \IH ( nll.-r I nion. Major Funclion> Commillee 11.2.31 ; 
Laur.l. J.i. 1:^1 il,2); V.W.A. (2.3); S.N.E.A., Publiciiy 



Chjiriii.ni 1 ;■, \\ *. \, \ ice-PresiJent iSummer Schoi 


). 


ELlllii.l \I \V.\ -1 K Norlh 


Wilkes boro 


B.A. IN HUNLll •! n.A. 12.3,41, VkePresidenl 131 


Phi Sigma 


lola (J.4i. >rir.lar>-Trra.urfr |4|; J-.N.E.A. I4I. 




ELLIOTT. KO.NME ;.TE}'HEN 


Oxford 


B.B.A. LN BLjLNESS ADMLM,--TRAT10N. Bria Gar 


nma Sigma, 


Vicp-Presidfnt. 




ELLIS, MARY JEAN 


Durham 


B.A. IN ENGLISH. Mar> Hill College 11.21. 




ELSIE. ALICE MAKI 


nion. N. J. 


B.S. L\ l:lnl(H.'i ^0 I'll 




EVLKI 1 1. \\N ^111 Kl;nl IINL 


Greenville 


B.S. I.N M M H 1 .vu, 1- ij ; |i . The Studenl 13.41. Ass 


stanl EJilor 


(31. \..u. i.r(. f.lil.r 'li. (ull.-c Lnion Publiciiy Con 


miltee ( 1) ; 


Orcli.-i- <-'i: Kji.|.j \Iu hpsilon (2.3.41. 




EVERH.\K1. .MARGARET A.NN W 


nston-Salem 


B.A. IN ENGLISH 




FALEV. l.dRA HKE W 


nslon-Salem 


B.S. IN UloLuG^. F.W.A.C. (11; B.P.O.C. (3); P 


lale-s 131 ; 


Legislaluie 14); Sludent Marshal (31. 





FALLIS. RICHARD CARTER Nashville. Tenn. 

B.A. IN ENGLISH, Old Cold and Black 1 1.2) ; The SitidenI (2.3.41. 
Editor (41 . Publirations Board (4). Secretary; Omicron Delta Kappa 
(3,41; English Club (2,3.41; GrayKn Society 12.3.41. Program 
Chairman (2i; B.S I . (1.2.3.4); Dean's List (2,3.4); r/io's Uho. 
FALLS, l\l k^ON I \TTI\10RE. JR. Glen Alpine 

B.A. IN run lixil'in -«iniming Team (3.41; Monogram Club 



Controllei 



on Coi 



Hous. 



FEREZ-W. DANIEL MICHAEL Aliquippa, Pa. 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Football (1.2.3.41; Phi Epsilon 
Kappa (2,3,41; Sigma Pi (.14); P.C.A. 11.2.3.4); R.O.T.C. 
FINDLAY. GEORGE WRIGHT Palm Beach. Fla. 

B.A. IN P^ll HOLOGY Lambda Chi Alpha; Svxmming Team (11. 
FISER. Roll \ERNilN. JR. Farmville 

B.B.A. IN Br>INE>s ADMINISTR.WION. Kappa .\lpha; Circle K. 
FLORA. ED'lTH H.\ZEL Baltimore. Md. 

B.S. IN MATH. Wake Forest Little Symphony (1.2.3.41; F.W.A.C; 
B.S.U. (1.2.3.41. Vesper Chairman i2.31; Inler-Varsity Christian 
Fellowship (1,2.3.41. Secretary Treasurer; Intramurals; S.N.E.A. 
(4); Commencement Marshal i31; Dorm Counselor (2.31. 



FLORY. THOMAS REHERD 
B.S. IN PHYSICS. American Institute of Phys: 
(31 ; Weslmmsler Fellowship (1.2.3.41. Treasi 
(41: Kappa Mu Epsib.n (3.41; Dean's List. 
FLY NN. FLETCHER SMITH. II 
l.A, IN HISTORY. Circle K (1.2,3.4) ; Kappa S 



Hon.ii 



il i4l 



Charlotte 

President (4); 

Danville. \a. 
a Beta (3.41 ; 

-\lbemarle 



Dobson 
(2.3.41; 
ics Club 

\^'ingate 



FLINN H Miin W KIMGER. JR. 

B.S. IN hlllliK,-! Inlramural- (1.2.3.41; 

Var-iu T.I, hi. ' ! h : Alpha Epsilon Delta 

FRELM \N. lll.Mbl.V JO 

B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Fideles. 

FREEMAN. W ILLIAM HALSEY 

B.A. IN ECONOMICS. Theta Chi (1.2.3.4); Eta Sigma Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi (3.41; Graduation Marshal (31; Econon 
(3.4); Y.D.C. (1.2.3.41; International Club (41. 
CADDY. MACK WILLIAM 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMlNISTR.tTlON. Kappa -«pha. 
CADDY. WADE EDWARD. JR. Atl 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Football (II; Kappa Alpha; CoUej 
11.2.3.41. Presi.lent i4i; Touring Choir (1,2.3.41. 
GAMBILL. SHARON DAYNE I 

B.A. IN FRENCH. Strings (2.3.41; Inter-Societv Coun 
College Theatre. 

CEIGLE. STEPHEN ALE.XANDER 

B.B.A. IN MARKETING. Delta Sigma Pi. 

GIFFORD. GEORGE DAVID M 

B.B.A. IN ECONO.MICS. Delta Sigma Pi (2.3.4) ; Junior 



CIVENS. ROYCE LEE. JR. Falls Church. Va. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Alpha Phi Omega (1.2.3.4). Recording Secretary 
(3.41; R.O.T.C. (1.2.3.41; Marching Band (1.2.3.4). Drum Major 
(1.2). Assistant and Director (3.4), Concert Band (1,2.3,4); Y,D,C, 



-\M TPMPI F\HN 



tne'air'u 
Who's Who. 



|i; College Union (3,41 



Recre; 
tl ; S, 



GLENN, JANE ELLEN 

B.A. IN SPANISH. S.O.P.H. (1.2..3.41. Presi 

Iota (3.41; College Union Major Function, C 

List 11.2.31. 

GOETTING. ROBERT M. 

B.A. IN POLITK M s( IKN( I 

GOLIGHTLY. Udl i.l \~ \ I I;N(1N 

B.B.A. IN BIKINI-- MiNIINI-TRATION. 

Alpha, 

^W'lN. AKIHI K HllU \KI). JK 

(1.21 




237 



SENIORS 




GORDON, BARBARA ANN 




Ballimore, Md. 


B.A. IN HlsTUR'l. S.N.EA. 14). 








GORlin\, Kl( 1I\R[] STEWART 








11 li \ IN 1 1 il\(i\ll(>. 








i.ii^~, \1 \l;in N IKANCEs 






Durham 


UA l\ hN..I 1^11. .Marclung Band 


11.2,3,4 


, Conce 


1 Band (1,2, 


Ml . .S.N.t.A. (41 








GRAEF, STEEANIE 




Fai 


Haven, N. J. 


B.A. IN ENGLISH. Orchestra; Field 


Hockey 


4); Ca 


iterbury Club 


11,2). 








GRAHAM, THOMAS RADFORD 




M 


eluchen, N. j. 


B.s, I.N .MATH. Swimming Team 


12,3,4); 


Sigma 


Pi (1.2,3,4), 



Herahl 

GREEN. SAMUEL BROOKS WinslonSaltm 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. FoolbaU; Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

GREENE, GRAHAM MAR(1UIS Elkin 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-Presi- 

GRIFFIN, BARBARA JEAN Spindale 

B.S. IN M.^TH. Strings (2,3.41. 

GRIFFIN, HAROLD CARTER Norlolk, Va. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. B.S.U. (1,2.3,4); International Club (1.2,3); 

Alpha Phi Omega (2,3). 

GRIFFIN. JESSE CHRISTOPHER, HI New Bern 

B.S. IN MATH. Kappa Mu Epsilon. 

GRIFFIN, MARGARET LOVE Monroe 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. English Club (3.41; S.N.EA. (3,4); Orchesis 

(2). 

GRIFFIN, THOMAS JACK, JR. South Boston, Va. 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Gamma Sigma Epsilon (3,4), Treasurer (3), 

Vice-President (4); The Student. 

GUNN, ANDREA LEE Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Strings (1,2.3,4), Historian (2), President (4); 
Student Government, Legislato 
President (31. Preside] 



Y.D.C, 
Monterey, Calif. 



Who 

HALL, CATHY 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Howleu (3,4) 

(1,2.3,41. 

HALL. DAVID STEPHEN 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Football (1.2,3,4): R.O.T.C. (1,2, 

3,4), Honor Cadet (3); Sigma Phi Epsilon 11.2.3,4), Pledge Trainer 

(41. 

Salisbury 

Conyers, Ga. 
Honor Coun- 

Shelby 



Kappa Alpha. 



HALLMAN, FRANCIS EDWIN, JR. 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Class Treasu 

oil (3) ; Sigma Chi. 

HAMRICK, MARTHA ROSE 

B.A. IN SPANISH. W.G.A., Treasurer (1,2); B.S.U.; Ini 

Christian Fellowship; S.O.P.H. 11,2,3,41; Exchange Student to Uni- 

versilv of Andes, Bogota. Colombia; Hhos Who. 

HARDEE, ESTEN HARRIET Greensboro 

B.A. IN EDUCATION, strings (2,3,4); College Theatre (1.2.3,4). 

HARDIN. RICHARD LARRY Pauline. S. C. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Y.R.C. (1.2.41; B.S.U. ; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi 

HARPER. RICHARD ALLEN Wallace 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Band (I). Concert Band. Marching Deacons; 
Y.D.C. (1,2,3,4) ; Student Leadership Program (1) ; Orientation Com- 
mittee (2,4); Lambda Chi Alpha (1,2,3,4), Social Chairman (4). 
Executive Committee (41. 

HARRIS, ABIGAIL LYNN State Road 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Fideles (1,2,3.4). Parliamentarian (2); 
Y.D.C. (1.2,3,4); Intramurals (1); Choir (2,3); Dean's List 12,3); 
Sociology Club (2,3,4) ; National Science Foundation Program for 
Undergraduates in Anthropology (4). 

H^RRI^, BARH\R'\ KATE Winston-Salem 

II \ l\ III^Tllli'l ll.lr,, Kappa Mu (3,4) 



Lau 



(1,2) 



Wii 



111: A IN l;l ^INl-.~ MiMIMSTRATION. Delta Kappa 
Pre-iJenl i4l; Women's Day Student Association (2,3,4) 
dent (3), Secretary (4); Business School Student Assot 
Laurels (1,2,3,4). 



Toledo, Ohio 
Eta Sigma Phi (2,3,4). 
The Student (3,4), Ex- 
Government, Communi- 



, Hoi 
HARRIS. RICHARD G. 
n.A. IN HIsTdKV Interdisciplinary Hono: 
Vice President (4) ; Phi Alpha Theta (3.4: 
change Editor (41; History Honors; Student G 
cations Ciirnmittee (2), Orientation Committee 
HARRIS, SUZANNE 

B.S, IN CHEMISTRY. Strings; Inter-Society O 
Epsilon, Presi.lent; Kappa Mu Epsilon. 



HAUSWALD, KENNETH ROBERT Clark, N. J. 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Football (1.2,3,41; Delta Sigma Phi, President; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Beta Beta Beta; Fellowship of Chri 



lelps; Who 


■ Who 










HKWV^. 1 


<\\ Mill illl'lETTE. JR. 






Wallace 


B \ IN II 


^lol;', |i.„„| ( 1.2.31 ; [ 


elta Sigma 


Phi. 






H\'l 1-. II 


1 1 111 ■! Ill s^KI 1, 




Kens 


npto 


n, Md 


H.\ IN II 


~ 1 ilH'i ^Mimriting Team 


1); Alph 


a Sigma 


-•hi 


2,3.4) 


Tr. i-itii t 


11. I'l.-i.lent (41; Men's 


Judicial Board (3 


; C 


rcle K 


Mil ^.1 


l.n.l .ni.l Blade (3,4). 










IIH K \N 


(Ill W W, 




North B 




. N. 1 


lis IN 1' 


H'-K AL EDUCATION. 


Football 


13.4) ; t 


rita 


Sigma 


Phi; PE.K 













238 



SENIORS 



HEDl.Kl'KTH. RllYSTER CROMWELL 

K.A. IN KKI M.il>\ ln.l..pfndelil Council; Mel 

Intraniur.t \' ii.. 1:>.U.. Publicilv Chaii 

Relaii..: I ' . 

HEMKIi II \i;\ n M W, JR. 

B.A. 1\ I M.I l-ll li.rus 11.2,31; College I 

dent 141 . 11.11 K i.i.4' ; If Ao's H ho. 

HENDERSO.N. JENNY WHIT.MCER 

B.A. IN KREiNCH. F.Jelrs 11.2.3.41; Inter-Soc: 

I4»; Class Secretary (3i; Sludenl Legislature 

tary I3l ; Phi Sigma lota. Vice-President 1 41 

131; Fho's Who. 

HENDRICKS. SARA ADELE 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Gamma Sigma Epsil 



Jacksonville. Fla. 
cielv Council, President 
re (31; W.G.A., Secre- 
Summer School Queen 



Intr 



11.2,31 ; W.G.A. Counselor 



HENDRIX, JLDITH LYNN WinslonSalem 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Gardner-Webb College 11.21; Chapel Choir 
13.41. Touring Choir l3.4l. 

HENDRVCY. KENNETH EDWARD Weslfield. N. J. 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. R.O.T.C; D.M.S.; Beta Beta Beta 13.41; Orien- 
tation Advisor 14)- 

HERLOCKER. JANE Albemarle 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Les Soeurs; Inter Society Council. Treasurer; 
Wesley Foundation. 

HERRING. ANNE HALL Dunn 

B.A. IN FRENCH. S.O.P.H. 12.3.41. Social Chairman 131. Vice- 
President 1 4 1 ; Class Publicity Chairman 111; Orientation Committee 
(41 ; Challenge '65, Secretarial Staff. 

HERRING. DANIEL EDW.«D. JR. Ahoskie 

B.A. IN HISTORY. GoH; Men's Residence Council. Lieutenant 
Governor. Tavlor; Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
HOBBS. JAMES DONALD Orlando. Fla. 

B.A. IN HISTORY, Lambda Chi Alpha; Football 11.2.3.41; F.C.A. 
HOFFMAN. DOYT K . JR. Gastonia 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY 
HOFFMAN. FLORA ANNE 
B.S. IN MATH. Laurels c 1.2.3.41 
Presidei 



OrieQIatit 



Maritir 



Chillum. Md. 
College Theatre ( 1.2,3,41 ; N.C.P. 
^tudent Graduation Marshal 



(41; r/io'j Fho. 



Fla. 



HOGEWOOD. JOHN MONTGOMERY Jacksonville, 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Chi (2.3.4). Rush Chai 

(3), President (41; Legislator (3); Chapel Speaker (2,3,4); Circle 

K 11,2,31. 

HOLCHER. MAX AsheviUe 

B.B.A. IN ACCOINTING. Football 11.2); Kappa Alpha. 

HOOD. LINDA ANNE 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Wesley Foundation, Officer; Les I 

Hall Counselor 

HOOPER, FREDERIC MICHAEL 

B.A. IN RELIGION. B.SL'.; Y.R.C.; R.OT.C. ll.2i 



■s; W'.G.A.. 
ReidsviUe 



HOYLE. DAVID BOW ERS 




Bethesd 


. Md. 


B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Baseball 11 


); Circle 


K; Men's Res 


dence 


Council; B.M.OC. 








HIBBARD. EDGAR OVERTON, III 




Richmon 


d. Va. 


B.A. IN HISTORY. 








HUFFSTETLER. WILLIAM HARVEY. Ill 


Newport New 


s. Va. 


B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Delta Sigma Phi 


Inter Fraternity Council 


. Stu- 


dent Government. 








HUGHES. NANCY KATHRYN 




R 


aleigh 


B.S. IN M.\TH. Laurels; Kappa Mu 


Epsdon. 






HULTIN, SUSAN CAROL 




Kingsport. 


Tenn. 


B..\. IN FRENCH. S.OPH. 11.2.3.41 


Treasurer 


(3). Secretary 


14); 


College Union Maior Functions Comm 


ittee 14). 






HUMPHREY. SUE ELLEN 




Bristol. 


Conn. 


B.A. IN SP.-iNISH. Strmgs; Freshm 


an Woman 


's Advisory C 


uncil. 


Dean's List, 








HUNTER. GERALD LYNN 




Winston 


Salem 


B.A. IN HISTORY. 








HUTCHERSON. ERNEST KEITH 




Winston 


Salem 


B.A. IN ENGLISH. 








IPOCK, MARY JULIA 




Orange. Va. 


B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Physical Ed 


ucation Major 


Club 


(2,3.41; Dance Club 11.2,3,4), Publ 


city Chair 


man 14); Soc 


iology 



and Anlhrop.ilogi Club 141; W.G.A. Hall Counselor (3). 
ISLEY. M\RY JILL Haw River 

B.A, IN ENGLISH, Enalish Club 13.4); B.S.U. (1.21. 
JACKSON. JOHNNIE MORGAN. JR. Hampton, Va. 

B.A. IN HLSTORY. CrossCountry (1); Class Vice-President (1); 
Class President l2l; Touring and Chapel Choirs; B.S.U.. Supper 
Forums Chairman; Lambda Chi Alpha, President (4); Dean's List; 
irho's Who. 

JACOBS, RICHARD JOSEPH Fort Mvers, Fla. 

B.A. !N HISTORY. Lambda Chi Alpha (2.3.4). Corresponding Secre- 
tary (3,4); Chapel Choir il,2,3). Touring Choir (1.21; Orientation 
Committee (3). 

JAMBM K, RirilXKri TIllAH^ Lebanon. N.H. 

B.S, IN I'H^-H M Mil I MION Phi Epsilon Kappa. Secretary. 
JAM1> M ^\N W MKl Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN rin-ll M 1.111 I MlIlN, Pelales; Inter-Sociely Council; 
Woman's Phv~i,al Education Major's Club. Secretary. 
JANIA. RICHARD P. Cedar Grove. N. J. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Lambda Chi Alpha 11,2,3,4); Football (1,2); 
Economics Club (41 

JEFFRIES. WILl I \M THOM \< Charlotte 

B.A. IN POLITK M -lIFNiF Kappa Alpha. Secretan. President; 
Scabbard and BliJ. i ,n !• K, 1 1 D,K.. Vice-President; Class Presi- 
dent 131; Class Trr.i-ur.r ' 2 i ; iiiler-Collegiate Activities Committee. 
Chairman; State ^lujent Legi'lalure Delegate; C.CU.N. Delegate; 
BPO.C; rfto's Who. 




239 



SENIORS 




JENKINS, CHARLES LAURENCE, JR. Baltimore Md 

I!,A, IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

ir.\KI\s, sM;\I1 1(11 ISE Florence, S C 

I; \ IN lll^lnin rii, Miiha Thela (3.41 . Secretary-Treasurer (41; 
(•1 ivlui ^.M ,.l. (;,li. ;/,<• i'luJenl, Copy Director (4). 
II.\M\^, IW ■, I \ 1 I I. Elizabeth City 

"' " ' ■ I 1^11 I ii-l.-h Club; Eta Sigma Phi; B.S.U.; Inter- 



KilIK 



M( 



lilN. JR. 

II C,\TION. Sign, 

Kappa (3,41. Pre. 



JdllNsd.N, SAKAII MllRRIS Winston-Salem 

l; \ IN I'sll 11(11 (11, ■! Meredith College 111; B.S.U. (2.3.4); 
2,3,41; Psychology Club 13); Y.D.C. (4). 



KKITll, HM'IINE (.'WLE 




Mebane 


llN IN lilil|(li:V Ki.l.le^ (1,2,3.41. Pres 


dent 


14); Inter-Society 


(jiLjniil Ml 1 ii 1. iii.ili.,ii \ilvivur (3 41 ■ Fre 


shma 




KKl 1 n 1 Wll ^ 1 II 




Rockville, Md. 


I; A. IN lll-liill-i l.,i„l,.la Chi Alpha. 






KE.N.NLli-i, H.I/\I;L11I ANNE 






B.A. IN HIsTUKV 






KF.NM'liV IIMMY LEROY 




Pink Hill 


1) \ IN lllsTllRV. 






Ml IIV (-1 KMiA ANN 






11 A IN H iiNOMICS 






MN(. m;ni ,l; N't 




Winslon-Salem 


111; \ IN III ^INl^- MlMINISTRATION. 


Hell 


a Sigma Pi (3,4), 


S.. ,. ii.n,,,,, . I. Il„„ne., School Sic 


dent 


Association. Vice- 


I'n-hli 1.1 Ml , lull. raU (2,3,41. 






KI.M.A. IHAIIIIKI s h, s. 




Buea, Cameroon 


B.B.A. IN ECONOMICS. Economics Club; 


niern 


lional Club; Alri. 


can Studies Seminar; H'hci's Who. 







KIRBY-SMITH, EDMUND 
B A. IN HISTORY. 
KIKK. >-\R Ml FRANCES 



Kensington. Md. 



Morehead City 

H\ IN INi.ll^ll llsL. (L2.3,4): International Club (41; Les 
>...m. I I J ■■ 1. I'l. -1,1,1,1 (4); S.N.E.A. (4). 

kllxM' \ I l;l, K \l Mn WNE Baldwin. N. Y. 

I!.\ IN IKIN( 11. L,- Soeurs (1,2,3,41; Westminster Fellowship 
(l.2..1.ti, ■-,.. ,al Chairman (2), Secretary 131; Interdenominational 
S.hn.d R. treat Committee, Secretary (31; Y.D.C. (21; Y.R.C. 



Ill : II, 



KNK;iri. I Wll ■ 






Paikton 



High Point 
'resident (41; Alpha Phi 
Band (1,2.3.4); R.O.T.C. 



KRAMER, ROGER HARTLEY Wyoming, 111. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Lambda Chi Alpha 11,2,3,41; Inler-Fraternity 
Council (3,41. 

KRAIIS, J(XSEPH HARRY, JR. Upper Darby. Pa. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Baseball 12,3.41. 



KRIH sTM IS. ClIRlsKIPHER S. Winston-.Salem 

lis. IN ( IIF\ll-'nn iM.rnalional Club (3,41; Y.D.C. (41. 

1,\KF. II M I'M KINMlHIl Greensboro 

B.-\ IN (.1 l;\i\N II. i,., s,g„,a Phi 12.3,41, Editor '3,4|; Circle K 

12.3 II . "1 l; I I J ', II 

LAMMI Ii I . Jllll.N W l.sl.EY. JR. Raleigh 

B.A IN I'dllTlCAL SCIENCE. 

LANE. FllGAR WINSLOW, III Valdese 

R.S. IN CIIKMI.STRY. Lambda Chi Alpha (2,3,41; Gamma Sigma 



L.ANF, SII1NF1 JIlllNSTON Henderson 

B.A. IN s(l ,1 -..„,ologv Club; Band (1,2,3,41. 

LAl'ClllIN KHIN ( inRl.ES HUGH Winston.Salem 

B.A. IN (.KM K I I, si^,„a I'hi. 

LAW. I \MI ^ Mil II Spray 

n..S. IN I'. II. \ ^, ;■„,., r, ij.l.ll; Cross Country 11,2); Track 



II. I , 

r III Mocksville 

.1,, I ,,,i,i,ment Manager (11; Fellowship 
ll.S.ll ; Dean's List (2,3,4). 



240 



SENIORS 



LEATHERWOOD. LAWRENCE BRADLEV W avnrsville 

B.S. l.N PHYSICAL EULCATION. Lanil.,la Clii Alpha: Phi Epsilon 
Kappa; Foocball: Inlramural,; Frllow,hip ol ChrUian Alhlfles; 
V.U.C; S.N.E.A. 

LEOCZKS. liORIS High Point 

B.A. IN EM.I.I^H 



1 l->Kn 



il III 



Mia 



, Ela. 



ar-itv Chrislian Fellowship; Enelish Club; 

I'lii -.-111,, l.iM, Inn, mU Volleyball; Inlernalional Club. 

I I- ftl-. Mil II Ml lll-l.l'H Win>ton-Salem 

U,A. I.\ PuLMIcAL ,M.IENCE. Thela Chi (2.3.41. Vice-Presidenc 



Marshal (3); In 



r-Fralernjty Council 12.3); Track 11), 
HO\^ARD Greenville, 



LOGAN. J\ME: 

B.A. l.N Pol UK. M -i.ltNCE. Y.R.C. 

LOIMDilN. II \MiM I W \\NE 

B.A. l.N lll-lilK'l h.iillidll (1); Basketball 



AND FINANCE, 
i.lenl (3). Presiden 
I Club (4 



LDUNEI, l.tiPKi.lA NELL 

B,s. EN PHYSICAL EDLCATION. Orch 

President (41; Women's P.E. Majors Club (2,3.4). Tre 

President (4); Orientation Committee (2.31; W.R.A 

Tassels l3.4l. Vice-President (41; Majorette 11.2,31; f 

3.41. Vice-President. Rush Chairman (4); College Ui 

Socials Committee (2). Travel Committee Co-chairman C 

Relations Committee (21; Dean's List; Who's H ho. 

LOVEKIN. -TFPHFN 
B,B.A. IN l;l -IM -- 
LFDSK., IKiCUIIU \ 
B,A, IN lll-hiK^ -i: 
MtBEE, lli-l i-N M \Ki 
B.A. IN HIsKlRY N 
(2,3.41 ; Orrlie-is (2l ; 
Phi (3.41; Phi Alpha ThH 



isiness School 
gsport. Tenn, 



IW-JK \TION. 



ChurchviUe. Pa 



dent. 

McCORKLE. PHILIP HUNTER, JR. 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. 

McINTYRE, CHARLIE SMITH 

B.A. LN HISTORY. Judicial Board 14); Swin- 

Monogram Club (2,3.4); Lambda Chi Alpha 12 

McLEAN. SUSAN CATHERINE 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. College Chapel Choir, 

(4), Touring Choir; Sociology Club; Y.R.C; 



Charlotte 
ger. VicePresi- 

Arlington. Va, 



Coatesville. Pa. 
retary-Treasurer 
Student, Copy 



MADDREY. BETTY HILL Mooresville 

B.A, IN RELIGION, Wingate College (1.2); Fideles (4). Secretary 
(4); Y.D.C, (3.4); B.S.U. (3.4); Chapel Choir (3.4); Hall Counse. 
lor 13). 

MALBON, ELIZABETH ANN Nison, N. J. 

B.A. IN FRENCH. Howler Art Staff (3); Inter-Society Council 
(3.4); Laurels 12.3.41. Scribe (2), President 14); Social Secretary 
of Poteat House 14). 

MALONE. HENRY BETTIS. Ill High Point 

B..S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Phi Omega (1.2,3.4). Recording 
Secretary (21. lit Vice-President (31; Marching Band (1.2.3.4), 
Concert Band (1.2.3.4); Gamma Sigma Epsilon (2.3.4): Kappa Mu 
Epsilon (3.4); The Student, Circulation Manager (3.4). 



Chapel Choir. Tou 



MARK, WILLIAM ROTHWELL 
B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Sign 
Club (2.3.4). President 14); Cullom Ministe 
3.4) ; College The, 



MARSHALL. JOHN LYONS 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon (3.4): Beta Beta Be 



13.4 



Track (1 
E 

Presideni 
; Y.D.C 



MASON. CELESTE ADAMS Laurinburg 

B.A. IN Hl.STORY. S.O.P.H. 12.3.4). Social Chairman (31; Chapel 
Committee (4l; Traffic Commission. Secretary (4); College Develop- 
ment Committee (4): Community Relations Committee (I); Y.D.C. 
(11; Intramurals (1.2.3.4). 

MAY, RONDA KAY Rural Hall 

B,A, IN SPEECH, 

MEREDITH, JOHN Bl'DD, ]R, Richmond. Va, 

B,B,A. IN ECONOMICS, GoK (11; Alpha Kappa Psi; Y,R.C 
MILBERG. JEFFREY ALLAN Cairo. Ca, 

B,S. IN BIOLOGY. Sigma Pi (1.2.3,4) 
Vice-President (3); Y.D.C. (2.3,41; Ir 

MILLER, ^IIIRIEY Fl IZABETH 

B,A, IN lll-TiiKl Fiileles 11,2.3,4); Student C 

mitt.-,,. . ; li , W II \ M.ader's Theatre (3), 

MlTCHKl I . I INIM HI \NE 

B,S, IN \l\lll Mj,li-on College (1,21; Kappa M 

surer i41 

MOHAP, FR VNK jnsEPH, JR, 

BBA, IN Bl '-INEs- ADMINISTRATION, Ba>el,a 

MORRIS. LESLIE MORl.AN. JR, 

B,S. IN BIOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha, 




241 



SENIORS 




MORRIS, RONNIE WALTER 
HA IN HISTORY. Kappa Alpha. 
MORRISON. MARY JOANNA 

11-- IN MATH 

Ml H( lll^ii.N, I INDA LOUISE 

II \ l\ HilM.H Siring. I L2,3,4) 



1 3,41 



13), Vice-President (4) 



MYERS. SANDRA LEIUH w,-,i JeHerson 

B.A. IN SPEECH. B.S.L'.; Y.W.A.; Howlkb Siaff 12); Y.R.C (4)- 
Wmi) (41, liil.rvarsily Chrislian Fellowship; Inlramural Basket- 
lull jii.l \,,ll.il,all, 

NM'II H, M\K1 ANNA MarshvUle 

l;-. IN I IIIMI^I'RY 

M ■^lll II. n \\ S Fl;-TER Berkeley, Heights, N. J. 

IIIIA IN I.I^INI^- MiMINISTR.WION. Baseball (2); Foolball 



n'll M! \ ] MiN \KD FRANCIS Norrislown, 

I; ^ IN l;l.i| iii.'i 

orl INi.l K, HUBERT CARL Norlhampton, 

U.S. IN rillslCAL EDliCATION. Foolball (1,2,3,4); Choir (2 
Monogram Club (2,3,4), Vice-President, Treasurer (4); Band 



Kappa Alpha 13,4) ; 



l'.\RKER. CH.\RLES BENJAMIN 

lis. IN PH-islCAL EDIC.WION. 

Ion Kapiia (3.41. 

P\KRI^H. V.I] HA JEAN 

lis IN llllil.oi.l. W.C.A., Executive C 

•l W A 'I.Ji. PuMicily Chairman (2); 

PAKIIN, Jl.M PITTMAN, JR. 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha 

(1,2,3,4). 



PATE, WARREN LEONARD 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Kappa Alpha; Omic 

Treasurer (3); Student Facilities Commit 

Chairman; Student Body Preside 

Writer; Who's Hho. 

PATRICK, P-WRICIA ANNE 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Laurels (1,2.3,4), Chapl 

ment. .Student Facilities Committee, Communicatior 

Beta Beta Beta (3,41, President (4). 

PAYNE, H. DLDLEY, JR. 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lambda Chi Alpha 

(1); Y.R.C. 11.2). 

PENRY, JOHN RODWELL. JR. 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Spring Hope 
B.S.U. 11.2.3,4); 
Beta (3,4), His- 



Winnsboro. S. C. 
; Student Govern- 



II); Y.A.F- 111 



(Mil \MI I.IAM. JR. 



11 \ IN I! I 
li.r 111. I 
Chap. 1 ( I 



Richmond. Va. 
Representative. Hall Counse. 
(■ ;l (2); Y.W.A. (1,21; 



POWELL, JAMES KYLE Blanch 

B.S IN PHYSICAL EDLCATION. 

I'lil l^--NI H. I!ill:lN I IIK.RYL Coral Cables, Fla. 

l:s IN MMII \l.,, ,. r, (1,21; College Union (31. 

I'lllNllil \NNI1\INE Simsburv. Conn. 

11 s IN mill 111.1 

PKL>sLE'l, GARY JA.MES Asheville 

B.A. IN GERMAN. Inlcr-Varsily Christian Fellowship (L2.3.4); 
International Club (2,3.41 ; African Student Program (2,3) ; African 
Studies Program (4) . 



Leader.|ii|. Ii. lu 1 li.iin 

PRIDGKN. si 1 \ 1 \ 1 1 l/\ 


,n :'i Orientation Leader (4). 

;l- 1 II Aiken, S. C. 


B.A. IN I'dl Mil M -( II 


\( 1 (ll.l Gold and Black. Editor (4) ; 


Maridni.T- I.- . 1- . ( -II-l- 


1 m„„; rfto'.i Who. 


PRIT( III 1 [ mil inn 1 


Winston-Salem 


IIS IN M M II N 1 s,,||, 


(1,21. 


I'RIITT. II llll'i 1 1 1 


Winston-Salem 


B.S. IN GllEMIslRV Gj 


ima Sigma Epsilon (3.4). 



242 



SENIORS 



PLILLIAM. ROSEMARY GREENWOOD Winston Salem 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Wake ForesI Wives Club; Rose of Delta Sigma 

Pi 111. 

PURVEAR, GEORGE MONTAGUE LiUington 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. 

QIIILLEN, RICH.ARD JAMES Chincoteague. Va. 

B.A. IN rolMli \1 ■-(llNt P., Lynchburg College (1,21; Home- 



M'll 



Louisville, Ky. 



Major Functic 
Orientation Co 
chology Club 



11(11. ■» MIPH. 11.2,3,4); Inter-Society Council 
Phi 12,3,41; Student Facilities Committee (2,3,41; 

Committee (3,4); W.G.A, Representative (4); 
jittee 14); B.P.O.C. (3,41; Challenge (21; Psy- 

; Publicity Committee (1); Who's Who. 



Ill ; Alpha Kappa Psi 



RAINWATER, JULIAN CLYDE 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Dei 

Sigma Chi; Delta .Sigma Psi; Phi Epsil 

Roll; Monogram Club. 

RANKIN, MICHAEL RAY 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Publicity Committ 

(L2). 

RAPP, PHILIP ROBERT Thomasville 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Sigma Pi (1,2,3,4), President 14); Pep Club 

(3), 

RAY, JOHN MICHAEL Raleigh 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha (1,2, 

3,4). Secretary (3), Treasurer 14); Intramural Sports 11,2,3,4); 

Treasurer Student Body (41. 



■els; Women's Day St 
(3,4), Treasurer. 
RECK, MICHAEL TED 
B.S. IN MATH. 
REECE, NANCY ELLEN 
B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pfciffer College ID. 
REED. FRED WARNER 

B.B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 1 
(2,4); Choir (1); Sigma Phi Epsilon, Song Chai 
troUer (3), Social Chairman 14). 



REEDER, WONNIE CAROLYN Monroe 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. English Club; College Choir; Dean's List; 

B.S.U.; Y.W.A.; Freshman Newsletter. 

RENEGAR, ARCHIE LYNN Hamptonville 

B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. College Union; Y.D.C.; Alpha Phi 

Omega. 

RENN, PASCAL HAN.SON Frederick, Md. 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Monogram Club; P.E.K.; Base- 

ball 11.2.3.4). 

RICE, IVAN JACK Damascus, Md. 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. 



RICH. JOHN MORRIS 

B.A. IN HMORV Honor Counci 

Davis Huu-c 141; Circle K 13,4). 

RICHARDSON. E\ ERETTE LEONARD, JR. 



nd 11,2,3,4); Alpha Phi Omega 



ROBERSON, DONALD GRAY 

B,A. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

ROBERSON, MARTHA ANN 

B.S, IN BIOLOGY. Y.D.C. 1 1.2.3), Coed V 

S.O.P.H. (1,2,3,4); Challenge (2,4); College Unio 

(3,4). 



ROBINSON, HARRIET FAYE Line. 

B.S. IN MATH. B.S.U.. Social Actions Chairman, Supper I 
Committee; Y.W.A.. Mission Chairman (21; Marilimers, Pul 
Chairman (3); Orientation Committee; Pre-School Retreat 
mitlee; Intramurals; S.N.E.A. 

ROBINSON, MARK Columbus. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. College Union. 

ROSBOROUGH, JON WILLIAM Newburgh, 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Band (1.2,3,4), Vice-President (4); Cit 
(3.4); Board of Directors (3,4); Alpha Sigma Phi (1.2,3.4), 
surer (4); Scabbard and Blade (3,4); R.O.T.C. 11,2,3,4); 
Fraternity Council (3) : Sociology Club (3,4). 



Inter-Fraternity Council. 



ROYSTER, JOHN POLK. HI Annandale, Va, 

B.S IN BIOLOGY. Sigma Phi Epsilon (1,2,3,4), Secretary (3,4); 
R.O-TC- (1.2.3.41; School Spirit Committee (2). 



Phi 13,4); English Club (3); 



RUST, POLLY JONES 

B.A. IN SPANISH. 

SALVATORE. DENNIS RALPH 

B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. Sigma Pi (2.3 

SAMPSON. MARY JACQUELINE 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. 

.SAUNDERS. DARIEL LEE 

B.A. IN ECONOMICS. Economics Club. 




243 



SENIORS 




SCHAFER. JAMES WILLIAM Baliimore MJ 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Colk-Bi- Band, Inlramural SporH 
SCHI.OSSBERC, WILLIAM GOODWIN Hunlingion W Va 

B.A. l.N HISTORY. Kappa Sigma; Y.R.C.; Judicial Board.' Chapei 



Ch 



Touring Choir; R.O.T.C; Scabbard and Blade, 



Circle K. 



.SCHMIDT, SUZANNE MARIE WinslonSalem 

ll.A IN HISTORY. Chapel and Touring Choir (1.2.3); Madrigal 
Singers (2,3,41. 

SCHNEIDER, PAUL GOOD Hendersonville 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. College Union, Travel Committee; Student Gov- 
ernnienl. Transportation Committee. Community Relations Committee; 



SCHULENBURG. ELIZABETH PILGRIM Alton 111 

B.S IN BIOLOGY. Hall Counselor (2); W.G.A. 13.41; Alpha Epsi-' 

Inn U.lia (2.3.41; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 13,41; Marilimers (12)- 

F W.AC. 12); Student Government 14). 

SCuKt.IE, LINDA DIANE Murrysville Pa 

B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Mariiimers (2,.3,4); YRC (2 4)- Intra- 

murals (2,3.4). ' ' 

SCOTT. NEWTON W.. JR. 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

(1.2.3,4); Monogram Club. Treasui 



(2.3.41 

SEAWRIGHT. MARTHA ANN 

B.S. IN MATH. 

SERGEANT. KAYE LOUISE 

B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. Alrican Studei 

man (3.4); Maritimers (2); Orientation 

Committee (4); Intramurals (I); Del(a 

surer (3); Business School Student Assoc 

SETZER. FAYE MARIE 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Student Go' 



Plafflown 
jall (1.2.3.4); Track 
Phi Epsilon Kappa 






Hn 



Ma 



Edit 



pa Nu (2.3.41. 
in. Secretary (4). 

High Point 
Old Gold and Black. 
). Editor (4) ; Fha's 



SHAW. GERTRUDE CAROLYN 

B.S. IN MATH. Laurels (1.2.3.41 

All-Society Activity Committee. Chai 

(2); Inlramural Sports (1.2.3.4); Hall Counselor (31. 

SHAW. JOSEPH 0.. Ill Livonia. N. Y. 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Baseball (1) ; Alpha Sigma Phi. 
Athletic Chairman (3.4). Secretary (41; Inler-Fralernity Council 
Representative (3); Inlramural Manager (1.2,3.41; Senior Intra- 
mural Manager (4); Phi Epsilon Kappa (3,4); R.O.T.C. 11,2,3,4). 
SHAW, ROBERT ELMER West Simsbury. Conn. 

B.S. IN MATH. Track 11.21; Intramurals (1,2.3.4); College Union 
(1.4); Dean's List (3,4); YRC. ID; Student Government (1.2); 
M.R.C. 13.41. 

SHEFFER. GEORGE F.. HI Hinsdale. III. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Track; Football Manager (1.2.3.4); Monogram 
Club; Scabbard and Blade; Brigade Commander. R.O.T.C. Depart- 
ment; Kappa Sigma. Athletic Chairman; Dean's List (1,2.3.4). 
SHELHORSE. JUDITH KEMPER Culpeper. Va. 

B.S. IN MATH. Westminster Fellowship (2.3.41 ; Kappa Mu Epsilon 
Recording Secretary (4); Dean's Lis 



3.4) ; Commenci 
(2). 



Marshal (3) ; Student Govei 



Tutoring 



SHOAF. SHERYL LORENE 

B.\. IN RELIGION. B.S.U. (1.2.3.4); Y.W.A. (1.2.3,4). Presiden 

(31; Les Soeurs; Marching Band (2.3.41; Christian Education anc 

Service Club (1.21. 

SlKll'sK. KOPFRT RICHARD Walnut Covi 

M> IN (:|IK\1I>TKY. 

SIPK. (,1-uKi.) ^^(1^AI,D Hickor) 

B.A IN l'v1(.ll(l|.(lGY. Sigma Phi Epsilon; German Club; Psy 

cholugv Club. Y.R.C. 



11 ■■ 



EDUCATION. Football 



.SNOW |(1HN InVN'FR. JR. Murphy 

B.A IN lllsTDKY. Football 11.2.3,41; Monogram Club (3,4). 
SN1 HER, JAMES EUGENE, JR. Lexington 

BA. IN HISTORY. Kappa Sigma (1,2,3,41; Class Vice-President 
131; Class President (4); Fellowship ol Christian Athletes. Presi- 
Heni; Basketball (1.2.3.41; Tennis (31; Y.R.C; T/io's Who. 



Union Cri 



-President 



1 Club 



BuonviUe 
npa. Fla. 



.SOMERS. LEE PRESTON. Ill 

B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Beta Beta Beta ( 

SPF'\s. FDWIN MARION, JR. 

II \ l\ lllsTnb"! 

SI M'l i ^ \UI I \K11 1. 

V- \ IN lll-|ii|;> Baseball (1.2.3.4 

sTMinsM\N TFIIRY SCOTT WinslonSalem 

B.A. IN PS'lCHOLOGY. Cross Country (II; Track (1.2.3.4); 

Fellowship ol Christian Athletes (1.2.3.4); Monogram Club (2.3.4); 

Psychology Club (3.41. 

.STAUCH. ALAN RICHARD East Hartford. Conn. 

B.B.A. IN ACCOUNTING. Alpha Phi Omega (3.4). Treasurer (4); 

Y.R.C. (3,4). 

STEINLE, F. RICHARD Wilmington, Del. 

B.n \ IN ECONOMICS Delia Sigma Pi (3,41. Treasurer (4). 

STINFdIts. 1(1(1 \\ mil 1.1 \S Berkeley Heights, N. J. 

I) \ IN I'sM mu iK.'i M|, ha Sigma Phi (2.3,4). 

STI-.l'lll-.Ns. HdlilKr (I IFTON, JR. Charlotte 

B.A. IN POLITICAL st.lENCE. Kappa Alpha; Circle K. 



244 



SENIORS 



STOrr. CH \KI K^ lARMEN. JR. R.leigh 

B.S. IN BIllKM.'i x.pma Pi 12,3.41. Social Chairman (31; College 
Union. Mai.r Kun.i.nn- Commillee 11.2.3,41; Legislator 111; Orien- 
tation I ..111. ■nil.- \.-..i,ini I'K.iirman (41. 
STR,\^~I K k \l:t\ H MM- Oak Ridge. Tenn. 

B.S. I\ 1. "^ M II ■ I- '(.4); Debate (1,21; Dance Club 

(21 ( 1 - - .1- Committee (41; Beta Beta Beta 

13.41. I i.r.;. .J .!■. (. ii.i Kii-ilon Delta (3.41. 

Burlington 

■ Council (1.2.3.41. Chairman 

(4); Sigma Chi (1.2.3.4). 



SUMNER. ROBERT Vi AKREN 
B..\. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Hoi 
(41 ; Omicron Delta Kappa ( 3.41 . 

Annolator 141; C 

Y.D.C. (1.2.3.4) 



Oriel 
; Who's Who. 



Com 



I Committei 



SUTTON. Jl Ll.\ K.\Y Burlington 

B..\. IN HISTORY. Y.D.C. (1.2,3.41. Vice-President (21 ; Legislature 
(2.3); Student Government. Secretary 141; Fideles (1,2.3.4); Inter- 
Society Council 131; W-G.A,. Hall Counselor (4); Magnolia Court 
(3); State Student Legislature (1.2,3), Secretary (2); Chief Com- 
mencement Marshal (31; Challenge ("' - ■ '■ 
(1.2.3.4); Cheerleader (1.3.41; S.iV.E..A. 
(2.3); B.P.O.C. 13.41. 
THOM.^S. KENNETH W.^LTER 
B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Tbeta Chi il.2..3.4i ; 
( 1 ) : Inter.Fraternitv Council. Treasurer 
THOMPSn.N. LER{)Y EDW.^RDS 
B.S. IN lilOLOl.Y Pi Kappa .Alpha. 
THOMPSON. M.\RV HENLEY 
B..A. IN HI^TOR\ William and Ma 



wport Ne' 
wport Ne- 



TODD ~\\ll H 111 IN 
B..A. IN P>1cH(iLogY. 
Old Gold and Block I4i 



■ College 11.21 
IVER Winston-Salem 

■l. Baseball 111; B.M.O.C. 12.3,4); Dean's 
lub 13.41. 

N Charlotte 

Kappa Sigma (1.2.3.4); Basketball (1); 
. Circulation Manager; Football Manager 



TOUR. VlCKl LU Washington. D. C. 

B..\. IN ENGLISH. Cheerleader (1); Class Secretary 121; Dorm 
President 13); W-G.-'V- ( 3 1 . Vice-President 141; Tassels (3.4). Presi- 
dent 14); Laurels 11.2.3.41; Student Government, Cnmmunications 
Committee (1). Chairman (2); Who's Who. 

TREDWAY. \TCKY LYNN Miami. Fla. 

B.S. IN M.ATH. College Union Publicity Committee. Chairman (4); 
Who's Who. 

TURNER. JEANNETTE ELIZABETH Lexington 

B..\. IN PSYCHOLOGY. English Club i2.3.4l; Psychology Club 
(3.41 ; B.S.U. (1.2.3.4). 

TWEEDY. REGINALD EDWARD. JR. Rustburg. Va. 

" (2,3); M.R.C. I3,4l; S.N.E.A. 12,31; Tutor 

141. 

V.\NTREASE. JOHN MEADE. JR. Bernardsnlle. N, J. 

B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Alpha Phi Omega (1.2.3.4), Recording 
Secretary 14I; W FDD 11,2,3.41, Chief Announcer 12.3); Band 
(1.2.3.41. 

VAN WAGNER. CHARLES ALLISON. II Charlotte 

B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Kappa Sigma. Rush Chairman 131. Master 
of Ceremonies (4); Tennis 12). 

VARGO, KATY JO Beckley, W. Va. 

B.A. IN SPANISH. S.O.P.H.. Secretary: Student Government Com- 
mittees; Class Secretary (4); Student Body Corresponding Secretary 
(41- 

VERCH. STUART SELDEN. II Charlotte 

B.S. IN MATH. Theta Chi. First Guard. Chaplain; Track (2.3.4); 
Monogram Club 12.31; Y.R.C. (21; R.O.T.C. a.2,3.4). 
VIEHMAN. ALBERT BYRON Inman, S. C. 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Cross Country 11.2,3.4). Captain i3.4); 
Track (1,2,3.41; Student (Jovemmcnt 14); Pi Kappa Alpha (1.2. 
3.41 ; Who's Who. 

VONCANNON. DONALD MILTON Greensboro 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi. Historian. Scholarship Chairman. 
W AINWRIGHT, PHILIP H. Seaford. Del. 

B.B.A. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Phi Epsilon (1,2,3.41 ; Football (II ; 



Baseball (11 

WALL. EDITH DELAYNE 

B.A. IN FRENCH. S.N.E.A.. Y.D.C. 

WALL. JAMES ALBERT. JR. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Sigma Pi. 

WALTHALL. BONNIE JULIETTE Vit 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Marilimers (1); Howleb 111; 

House President (41; Laurels (2.3.41. Vice-Presid 

Council (3.4); Who's Who. 

WARD. CAROL CHERRY 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Strings (2.3.41. Officer (4) 

Epsilon; Dean's List; Y.D.C. (1.2); College Union 1 

131 : Old Gold and Black (3,4) ; The Student (2). 

WARF. MILTON CLAY Reidsville 

B.A. IN RELIGION, Gardner-Webb College (1.21; Touring Choir 

(3,4); College Theatre (3). 

WASHINGTON. SHERRILL ROY.STER Oxford 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Mars Hill College (1.2); Phi Alpha Theta. 

WENDORF. FREDERICK LEE Roanoke. Va. 

B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha (1.2.3.4); Old Gold 

and Black (2). 



Clayt. 



Raleigh 
el Committee 



WHISNANT. JOSEPH DURWOOD 




Salisbury 


B.S. IN BIOLOGY. Beta Beta Beta 


13.41; 


Alpha Epsilon Delta 


(3.4); Gamma Sigma Epsilon (3.41. 






WHITAKER. SHERRILL GURLEY 




Hartwell. Ga. 


B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Ba 


sketball 


(1.2.3.41 ; Monogram 


Club (2..3,4), Secretary (3). President 


(41. 




WHITE, THOMAS WALKER, III 




Oak Ridge. Tenn. 


B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Gamma Sigm 


Epsilon 


(2.3,41 ; Alpha Epsi- 


Ion Delta (3,4). 






WHITFIELD. ASHLEY FAKES 




Durham 


RA. IN HISTORY. Phi Alpha The 


a (3.4) 


Y.D.C. (3); Dean's 








WSiM 



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SENIORS 




WICr.INS, SARAH ANN 


HobbsvUle 


11 '- IN \I \TH 




Wll KIN^, --HARWYNNE GAIL 




DA. IN KKLMJH, Les Soeurs 


1,2.3,4>; Chapel Choir (1.2.31; 


Tout.iiB Uiujr U,2l; College lln 


on Publicity Commillec (1,2.3.41. 


CoChairman i2,3l; Orchesis 12.41 


; r/io'j Hho. 



Springfield, Va. 



WILLS. ROBERT JOHN 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Baskelball (1,2.3,41. 

WILSHIN. DANIEL GREY Ballimore. M(J. 

B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. Old Gold and Black (2). 

WILSON. JON MARTIN Soulh Milwaukee, Wis. 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Football 11.2,3,4); Delia Sigma Phi. 

WILSON. NANCY ELAINE Robbins 

B.A. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Kappa Nu (3,41. 



ttll ^ON. v'li VIA JANE F 

ll~ IN M \l II 

WNNI^KI IHWARD VICTOR Langhor 

11^ IN rin^h AL EDUCATION. Soccer. 

Will 111 ML. WILLIAM DONALD Hamplc 

11 \ IN I'llllTlCAL SCIENCE. Circle K. Board of Dir 



WRIGHT. BONNIE CONWAY Collinsville. Va. 

B.A. IN ENGLISH. Averett Junior College; Suinmer School Honor 
Council, Secretary (31 ; Y.D.C. (31 ; English Club (3,41 ; Old Cald 
and Black (3,41; Intramurals (3,4); Pelale (3.4). Secretary (3). 
Historian (4); College Union. Travel Committee 13.4). 
WRIGHT. SUSAN MARIE Macon. Ga. 

B.A. IN LATIN. Old Gold and Black (1); WFDD (1,2.3,4). Pro- 
motion Director (2); Marching Band (1,2.3,4); Varsity Band (1,31; 
Concert Band (2); Ela Sigma Phi (2.3,4). 

WYCHE. DAVID CHESHIRE Charlotte 

B.A. IN HISTORY. Swimming Team (1,2); Lambda Chi Alpha 
(3,4). 



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JUNIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Tom Ginn, President 




Davna Tate. Vice-President 




John Gretes. Ti 



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Vicki Campbell, Secretary 



JUNIORS 



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ABERNETHY, DAN Raleigh 

AEiAKN'O, ROBERT Port Washington, N. Y. 
ACKERMA.N, MILTON Riviera Beach. Fla. 
ADAMS. ALFRED Winsion-Salem 

ALBERT, THOMAS Reading, Pa. 

ANDERSON, CARLTON Middlesex 



ANDERSON, ROBERT 
ANDERSON, RL'NO 
ANGEL, GLENDA 
ARMSTRONG, ROBERT 
ARNEY, JONATHAN 
ARNOLD, SUSAN 



ARRINGTON, EDDIE 
ARROX^OOD, JAMES 
ASHT(l.\, Rl DOLPH 
ATKINS, ROBERT 
ALSTIN, BETTY 
BAKER, JERRY 






Ocala. Fla. 

LaGrange, 111. 

Mayodan 

Lenoir 

Morganton 

Bethesda, Md. 



Winston-Salem 

Concord 

Richmond. Va. 

Danville, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 

Kannapolis 



BAKER. JOHN Cedar Grove, N J. 

BALDWIN. DIANE Salisbury, Md. 

BARRICK. LINDA Bethesda. Md. 

BARTLETT. DWIGHT Greensboro 

REAL. BEVERLY Leno" 

BEAN. RHONDA Hickory 



BEESON, CLAUDETTE High Pomt 

BELNAP, DAVID Carlisle Barrack 



BENNETT, D.WID 
BENZ, CAROLYN 
BESHEARS, RALPH 
BEST, JIM 



West Chester, Pa. 

Washington, D. C. 

Boone 

Greensboro 



BIERNBAUM, CHARLES Woodstown. N. J. 
BIGGERSTAFF. JANE Shelby 

BISHOP. SUSAN ^V^^r 

BIVENS. JENNIFER Welch, W. Va. 

BLANK, ROY Upper Marlboro, Md. 

BOSS. CHARLES Hickory 



BOSTIC. HENRY 
BOl TILIER. WARREN 
BOWDISH. DAVID 
BRAME. JOHN 
BRANDON. REBECCA 
BREWER. BRAD 



Elizabethtown 

Salisbury 

ernardsville, N. J. 

Walnut Cove 

Durham 

Springfield, Mo. 



BRlsTOW. FRANK 
BRITT. IHIN 
HRdOKS. DANNY 
BRUOKSlllRE. HOMER 
BROOKSHIRE. JOHN 
BRUTON. CHARLES 



BRYAN. RICHARD 
BRYANT. WILLIAM 
BICKHALT. KENNY 
BILSON. RONNIE 
BURCH. LARRY 
BUTT. LESTER 



West Hartford, Conn. 

Winston-Salem 

Vero Beach, Fla. 

North Wilkesboro 

Hendersonville 

Troy. N. Y. 



Greenville 

Winston-Salem 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Annandale. Va. 

Franklin 

Falls Church. Va. 



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JUNIORS 



BVRD, JAMES 
BYRD. JONES 
CAIN. LAURENCE 
CALE, BEVERLY 
CALLAWAY, MARTIN 
CALVERT, DE 



CAPPS, DANNY 
CARNES, MARY 
CARTER, GEORGE 
CASKEY, CHARLES 
CASTO. LYN 
CHEATWOOD, PHILIP 



CHEEK, TERRINA 
CHESTNI'T, ALFRED 
CHRISTIE, NANCY 
CLARK, ERIC 
CLARK, JOHN 
CLARK, THOMAS 



Greensboro 

Sanford 

McLean, Va. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



Winston-Salem 
Miami. Fla. 
Fayetteville 
Mooresville 
Greensboro 
Lancaster. S. C. 



Dublin. Ga. 

Morehead City 

Winston-Salem 

Linwood 

Fayetteville 

Deal, N. J. 



CLARKE, BILL Hickory 

CLINGENSMITH, CHARLES 

Glastonbury, Conn. 
COBER. SCOTT Georgetown. Del. 

COBLE, WILLIAM Burlington 

COLVARD, HOWARD Wilkesboro 

COMBS. GENE Pineville, Ky. 



CONE. WILLIAM Winston-Salem 

COOPER, DANIEL Hagerstown. Md. 

COOPER. FREDERICK L.. Ill Murfreesboro 
COORE. WILLIAM Thomasville 

CORSO, MARTIN Alexandria, Va. 

COWAN, CHARLES Salisbury 



COX, JAMES JacksonviUe 

CRAIG, JIMMY Monroe 

CRINKLEY, PAUL Kingsport, Tenn, 

CROMLISH. JOHN Belmont 

CROSSWHITE. JANICE Bethesda. Md. 

CROWELL. CHARLES Lincolnton 



CRUMLEY, BEN Johnson City, Tenn. 

CRUMP. JOHN Greensboro 

CRUTCHFIELD, LINDA Winston-Salem 

CURRIN. SAM Oxford 

CURRY. ALAN New York. N. Y. 

CUTHBERTSON, CAROL Lyndhurst, Ohio 



DAUGHTRY, JOHN 
DAVID. CHESTER 
DAVIS. LARRY 
DAWKINS. LARRIE 
DEAL. PATRICIA 
DECKER, RICHARD 



DIAMONT, DAVID 
DICKINSON, WILLIAM 
DIMMETTE. EDGAR 
DIVOLL. SCOTT 
DOLAN. DANIEL 
DORSETT, WALTER 



Laurinburg 

Winston-Salem 

Gastonia 

Graham 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Pilot Mountain 

Washington 

Charlotte 

Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Waynesboro, Pa. 



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DRISKILL, THOMAS 

DUNCAN, THOMAS 
EDGAR, RALPH 
EDGERTON, BARRY 
EDWARDS, AL 
EDWARDS, JOAN 



EDWARDS, MARY 
EDWARDS, THOMAS 
EGGERS, GRAYDON 
ELLIS, JOHN 
ELLIS, KENNETH 
ERIKSSON, CARIN 



EUTSLER, BILL 
EXUM, JO 
EXl'M, JOHN 
FARMER. WENDY 
FELMET, HOLT 
FERGUSON, EDWIN 



Charlotte 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Eiizabethton, Tenn. 

Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 

Jacksonville 



Winslon-Salem 
Charlotte 



Lumberton 

Fremont 

Riala, Sweden 



Cheraw, S. C. 

Wilson 

Snow Hill 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Concord 



FISHER. HARRY Basking Ridge. N, J. 

FISHER. STUART Rueil Malmaison. France 
FITZSIMMONS, JEAN Charlotte 

FLETCHER. JERRY Boonville 

FOLGER. WILLIAM Toledo, Ohio 

FONVILLE. JAMIE Burlington 



FRANKS, RODNEY 
FROST. MOLLY 
FRUIN. ERIC 
FULTON. SHEILA 
FUNDERBUttK. JIMMY 
GADDY, CLIFFORD 



Winston-Salem 

Normal, III. 

Winslon-Salem 

Monroe 

DanviUe, Va. 



GALANT. LUKE Falls Church, Va. 

GALLAGHER, DONALD 

Washington Crossing, Pa. 
GALLOWAY, MARK Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

CARTON, COURTNEY Richmond, Va. 

GENTRY, MARTHA Newport News, Va. 

GERRISH, JAMES Bethesda, Md. 



GILES, DARLA 
GILL, DONNA 
GILLILAND, NANCY 
GINN. THOMAS 
GLOVER. MERLEY 



Greensboro 

Durham 

Winston-Salem 

Lakeland. Fla. 

Concord 



GOEHRIG, DAVID Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 



GORDON, WILLIAM Rome, Ga. 

GRACE, BILL Green Brook. N. J. 

GREEN. JOYCE Whitsett 

GREENBERG, RICHARD Trenton. N. J. 

GREENWAY, GLENN Elizabeth City 

GREER, JOHN Lexington 



GRETES, JOHN Norfolk, Va. 

GRIFFIN, DURANTE Lexington 

GROOMS, SONNY Harrells 
CROTE, HERBERT 

Huntington Station, N. Y. 
GUTEKUNST, BARBARA SellersvUle, Pa. 

HADDON, BARBARA Rocky Mount 



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JUNIORS 



HAEHNEL. DONALD 
HAMILTON, JOiN 
HAMMOND. MICHAEL 
HARKEV, MVRA 
HARMON, KITTY 
HARRELL, DOUGLAS 



HARRELSON, WILLIAM 
HARRIS, JOHN 
HARTMAN, RANDY 
HARVEY, RICHARD 
HASKELL, SHERWIN 
HENDERSON, SUSAN 



Brevard 

Walpole, Mass. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Monroe 

Sarasota, Fla. 

Richmond, Va. 



Whiteville 

Clarksville, Va. 

Lawndale 

Roanoke. Va. 

w Canaan. Conn. 

Greenville, S. C. 



HENNING. RICHARD 
HERRING. BUDDY 
HESSLER. RICHARD 
HILL. JAMES 
HILSENBECK. NANA 
HINKLE. PAUL 



Garden City, N. Y. 

Westport. Conn. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Whiteville 

Winston-Salem 

Spencer 



HODSDON. JOHN 
HOFLER. HAYES 
HOLLIFIELD. FORREST 
HOLT, CALVIN 
HOPE, JAMES 
HORNER, DOUG 



Delmar, N. Y. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Salisbury 

Staunton, Va. 

York, S. C. 

Laurel, Del. 



HOWARD. VINCENT Cherry Hill. N J 

HOYLE. JAMES Roanoke Rapids 

HUGHES. MARY FRAN Virginia Beach. Va 
HI RMI. STEVEN Beaufort, S C 

HUTCHERSO.N, SHEILA WinstonSalem 

HULTON, BILL Burlington 



IRWIN, THOMAS 

JACKSON, CHARLES 
JACOBER. JENNIFER 
JACOBSEN, JAMES 
JOHNSON, KENNETH 
JOHNSON, SUSAN 



JOHNSON, WARREN 
JONES. CHARLES 
JONES. DOUGLAS 
JONES, DURWARD 
JONES, JOHN 
JONES, RONALD 



JORDAN, GAYLE 
JORDAN, LAURA 
JORDAN, MILLER 
JORDAN, WAYNE 
KAENZIG, KAREN 
KELLEY, STEVE 



KELLY, RICHARD 

KENNEDY, SHARON 
KERNODLE, BILLY 
KELGORE, SAMUEL 
KINCHELOE, JEFF 
KISER, RONA 



Linden, N. J. 

Shelby 

Westerville, Ohio 

Tarrytown, N. Y, 

Louisville, Ky, 

King 



Richmond, Va, 

Burlington 

ipsonville, S. C. 

Zebulon 

Chapel Hill 

Hickory 



Wilmington 

Miami, Fla. 

Cary 

Durham 

Springfield. Va. 

Rocky Mount 



Fairlawn. N. J. 

Robbins 

Burlington 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Rocky Mount 

King 



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JUNIORS 




Dayna Tate, ]. D. Wilson, John Gretes, Sandy Hutch 
Class who engineered the first annual Fall Carnival i 



Vicki Campbell, and De. 
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KLINE. JEFFREY Severna Park, Md. 

KLINE, RHODA JOANNE Boulder, Colo. 
KNAPP. ROBERT Hingham, Mass. 

KNAUSS, P>':TER Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

KRAPELS, WILLI High Point 

LAMBERT, JIM Parsons, W. Va. 




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LASLEY, JANE 
LASTER. ANNA 
LAYTON, MELDINE 
LEE, ELIZABETH 
LEONARD, BARBARA 
LEWIS, CAROLYN 



LEWIS, CHARLES 
LEWIS, JOSEPH 
LINEBERRY, AL 
LINK, WILLIAM 
LOWE, BETH 
LOWE, JOHNNY 



LUCKADOO, VAUGHN 
LYLE, RICHARD 
McADAMS, CECEILIA 
McCONNELL, EDWARD 

McDowell, jerry 

McGRADY, PATSY 



Kernersville 
Winston-Salem 
Winslon-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Cherryville 



Reidsville 
Florence, S. C. 
Greensboro 
Lexington 
Charlotte 
Statesville 



Salisbury 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rockville, Md. 

Danville. Va. 

High Point 



McKEE, PAMELA Collingswood, N. J. 

McNeill. ROBERT North Wilkesboro 

McRAE. ANNE Peachland 

MALAVASIC. MICHAEL Little Falls. N. Y. 
MANGUM. PATRICIA Monroe 

MAR.SHALL. CHRISTOPHER 

Charleston, W. Va. 



252 



JUNIORS 



MASLINE. DONALD 
MASON. JAMES 
MATTHEWS. MARGARET 
MA^. DONNA 
MAYHEM'. ROGER 
MEDLIN. ANN 



MELSON. WILLIAM 
MELTON. BECKY 
MESSICK. WILLIAM 
MEYER, DAVID 
MILAM, SUE 
MILEHAM, WILLIAM 



MILLER, THOMPSON 
MINERS, RICHARD 
MINTON, LAURLN 
MOODY, JOSEPH 
MOORE, BOBBY 
MOORE, JAMES 



MOORE, LOIS 
MORGAN. FREDRIC 
MORGAN. VICKI 
MORRIS. BETTY 
MORRISON. BRADY 
MORTON. THOMAS 



Jamestown 

Harrellsville 

Burgaw 

Lakeland. Fla. 

Lexington 

Laurinburg 



Wiln 



lington. Del. 

State Road 

Clarksboro. N. J. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Barnesville, Ga. 

Abington, Pa. 



;ingto 



N. J. 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

King 

Charlotte 



Gastonia 

Ft. Myers. Fla. 

High Point 

Concord 

Booneville 

West Jefferson 



MOr.NT. JOE Columbus. Ind. 

MUMFORD. ROBERT Bloomfield. Conn. 

MURPHY, CAROL Jacksonville, Fla. 

MYERS. JOSEPH Reitlsville 

MYERS. LINDA Laurel Springs 

NAGIN. LAURANCE Rockaway Park, N. Y. 




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Campbell, and Di^nne Baldwin add final 
touches to the redecoration of student govern- 
ment offices that they planned. 



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JUNIORS 








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NASH, KICHARD 
NEWMAN, WILLIAM 
NEWSOM, SUSIE 
NICHOLS. DUNCAN 
NICHOLSON, EILEEN 



Greenville, S. C. 

Boca Raton, Fla. 

Rockville, Md. 

Winston-Salem 

Hickory 

Raleigh 



NICHOLSON, FRANK Winston-Salem 

NIEDZIALEK, DONALD 

East Paterson, N. J. 
NIX, JAMES Fayetteville 

NORTH. SHERRY Louisville, Ky. 

ODOM. AUSTINE Martinsburg, W. Va. 

OLIVER, MELVLN Smithfield 



OVERTON, WILLIAM 
OWEN, WADK 
OWENsIil, SI ZANNE 
0\ER.\IAN. WILLIAM 
PAMPLIN. CHARLES 
PARKER, GEORGE 



PARKER, SUSAN 
PARKER, W ILLIAM 
PATTON, JOHN 
PELTON. DOUGLAS 
PERRETZ. ROBERT 
PFISTER. JEANNIE 



PHELP.S, FRED 
PHILLIPS, ANNE 
PITTARD. W ILLIAM 
POINDEXTER, LARRY 
POPLIN, WAYNE 
PORTER, ROBERT 



Boston, Mass. 

High Point 

China Grove 

Roanoke Rapids 

ilver Spring, Md. 

Raleigh 



Erwin 

Laurinburg 

Columbus, Ohio 

Wyckoff, N. J. 

Park Forest, IlL 

Monroe 



Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Norfolk, Va. 

Siloam 

Greensboro 

Arlington, Va. 



POSTON, JAMES 
POSTON. ROBERT 
PRITCHARD. DOUG 
I'l LLIAM. CHERYL 
OUEEN. MICHAEL 
K.\TLIFF, JENNIE 



Kingsport, lenn. 

Boiling Springs 

Lexington 

Winston-Salem 

Huntington. W. Va. 

Bluefield, W. Va. 



REDDING, DONNA JO Rural Hall 

REDDING, .STEELE Asheboro 

REED, PATRICIA Green.^boro 

REEVE. BRUCE Toms River, N. J. 

REYNOLDS. DAVID Plainfield, N. J. 

RICE. JAIN Statesville 



RILEY. GLENN 
RIOKDAN. DON 
RIVENBARK. SUSAN 
ROBERT.S. DAVID 
ROBERT.SON. JOHN 
ROBINSON, THOMAS 



Falls Church, Va. 

Ft. Pierce. Fla. 

Greensboro 

Galax, Va. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Wheaton, Md. 



ROSEBERRY. ELIZABETH 

RfllSTER. MICHAEL 
ROASTER. STEPHEN 
RUSSELL. PHILLIP 
RUTHERFORD. JIM 
SEAMAN, BETTY ANNE 



Charlotte 

Grover 

Grover 

Raleigh 

Mossville, 111, 

Orange, Conn. 



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JUNIORS 



SAILER, CHRISTOPHER Wilmington, Del. 

SANCES, LEE Albemarle 

SCHULTZ, LOUIS Metuchen, N. J. 

SCOTT, SUSAN Greensboro 

SEILA, ROBERT Lenoir 

SEXTON. DOUGLAS Edenton 



SHAFFER, LENDA 
SHEOLA, RICHARD 
SHRIVER, DAVID 
SICELOFF, DAVID 
SIMPSON, JOHN 
SIMPSON, RALPH 



Mavodan 

Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Falls Church, Va. 

Lexington 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 



SLONE, JAMES Paintsville, Ky. 

SMITH, CHARLES Colorado Springs, Colo. 
SMITH, DONALD Virginia Beach, Va. 

SMITH, EARL Jackson Springs 

SMITHSON, HELEN Hamilton, Ohio 

SNAPP, DEBORAH Kensington 



SODEMAN, SUSAN 
SOLOMON. JAMES 
SOPER, BARBARA 
SPEAR, HERBERT 
SPEAS, JOHN 
SQUIRES, IRVIN 



STARMER, JAMES 

STEFFEY, JAMES 
STEIFLE, EMILY 
STEIN, HELEN 
STEVENSON, REBECCA 
STILL, CYNTHIA 



STILLWELL, BROOKS 
STOKES, DOUGLAS 
STOLTZ, ANNE 
STORIE, PAM 
STOUFFER, MYRON 
STRUG, TERRI 



STUART, ANN 
STUETZER, THOMAS 
SUMMERS. ROGER 
SWARTZ. KAREN 
SWEET. STEPHEN 
TALLEY, ERNEST 



TATE, DAYNA 
TEMPLETON, BRENDA 
THOMPSON, NICKA 
TOMLINSON, THOMAS 
TUCKER, CARL 
TURNER, DOROTHY 



Winston-Salem 

Arlington, Va. 

'er Spring. Md. 

Kinston 

Booneville 

Greensboro 



Greensboro 
Forest City 
Greensboro 
Rocky Mount 
Hickory 
Mount Airy 



Savannah, Ga. 
Albemarle 
Columbus, Ga. 
Statesville 
Roanoke, Va. 
Winston-Salem 



Badin 

Wakefield, Mass. 

Hickory 

Bethesda, Md. 

Mooresville 

Randleman 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Olin 
Elkins, W. Va. 
Scott AFB, 111. 
Pageland, S. C. 
Winston-Salem 



TWIDDY, DOUGLAS Edenton 

UMSTEAD, SARA Newport News, Va. 

VAN DER PLOOG, GLENN 

Hawthorne, N. J. 
WADE, JANE Dallas, Texas 

WAGER, LARRY Latham, N. Y. 

WALKER, JETER Morganton 



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WALL, REBECCA 
WALLACE, DAVID 
WALTERS, DEAN 
WASH, RICHARD 
WEHUNT, CALVIN 
WELFARE, CHARLES 



WELLS, WALTER 
WE.ST, REBECCA 
WHITE, JUDY 
WHITE, MICHAEL 
WILDER, AL 
WILLIAMS, BRUCE 



Asheboro 

Winston-Salem 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Charlotte 

Cherryville 

Winston-Salem 



Lake City, Fla. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 

Winston-Salera 

Chesapeake, Va. 

Kinston 

Longmeadow, Mass, 



WILLIAMS. JOAN 
WILLIAMS, RICHARD 
WILLIAMSON, SANDRA 
WILSON, DONALD 
WILSON, J. D. Mou 

WILSON, LAWRENCE 



Greensboro 

Mount Holly 

Wilkesboro 

Greensboro 

It Sterling, Ky, 

Leaksville 



WILSON, STEPHEN Leaksville 

WRIGHT, CAROLYN Jacksonville, Fla. 

WUERTENBERGER, JAN Charlotte 

YOUNG, JAMES Shelby 

YOUNG, NANCY Wilkesboro 

YOW, CAMERON ThomasviUe 



ZAIKEN, MAXINE 



Pitlsfield, Mass. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




Sandy Bigelow, Vice-President 




Mike Gunter, President 




Jim Sheffer, Ti 



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JR. Kinston 


ADAMS, JOHN E.. JR. 


Laurinburg 


AIKEN, BOONE 


Florence, S. C. 


AKERS, KATHRYN 


Roanoke, Va. 


ALEXANDER. CHUCK 


Winston-Salem 


ALKIRE, KENNIE 


Charlotte 


ALLEN, JEAN 


Hot Springs, Va. 


AMEEN, -niLLIAM C. JR 


Jamestown 


ANDERSON, DAVID 


Thomasville 


ANDREWS, WILLIAM 


Wallace 


ANDRUS, MARTHA 


Winston-Salem 


APPLE, CAROLYN 


Princeton, N. J. 



ARSENAULT, HARRY Stamford, Conn. 

ASCH, DAVID Falls Church, Va. 

ASHCRAFT, DAVID S. Charleston, W. Va. 
AUSTERMUHL, CAROL Moorestown, N. J, 
BAUCOM, PHILLIP Concord 

BAXTER, GREGORY Long Branch, N. J. 



BECK, CHARLES 
BECK, ELIZABETH 
BECK, RICHARD 
BECK, SUSAN 
BELCHEE, JOHN 
BELOW, EDWIN 



BENNETT, SUZANNE 
BERRY, THOMAS 
BERTRAM, DIANA 
BERTRAM, MICKEY 
BERWIND, JOHN 
BIGELOW, SANDY 



High Point 
Lexington 
Lexington 
Burlington 

efield. W. Va. 

nbridge, Md. 



Louisville, Kentucky 

Emmaus, Pa, 

Hopewell, Va. 

Beaufort 

Lynbrook, N. Y. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



BILES, LINDSEY I 

BINGHAM. ANNE 
BISHOP. JIM 
BJVENS, BROWN 
BLACKWELDER. JIMMY 
BLACKWOOD. STEPHEN 



BLANTON. BOB 
BLYTHE. JOSEPH 
BOGER, JENNIE 
BONDURANT, JOHN 
BOST. NANCY CAROL 
BOWEN, CAROL 



^port News, Va. 

Lexington 

Roanoke, Va. 

Atlanta, Ga, 

('innsboro, S. C. 

Greensboro 



Clinton 

Richmond, Va. 

Concord 

Baltimore, Md. 

Hickory 

Greensboro 



R0\^ ERS, THOMAS E. 
ItnWKER, JANET 
HKADSHAW, DAVID 
BRANDT, SHERRY 
BRANHAM. JOHN 
BRASWELL. LINDA 



BRAZIL. BARBARA 
IIRIS liOIS. liol GLAS 
BROADIIEAD, SA.NDRA 
BR0(;DEN. MARTHA 
BROWN, KAREN 
BROWN, REGINALD 



JR 



Alexandria, Va. 

Bethesda, Md. 

N. Providence. R. I. 

Blacksburg, Va. 

Raleigh 

Monroe 



Potomac, Md. 

Winston-Salem 

Kalhmandu, Nepal 

Marshall 

Concord 

Allendale, N. J. 



258 



SOPHOMORES 



BROWN, TIM Richmond, Va. 

BRrCE, JOHN Wilmington, Del. 

BRITON, VINTON C, 111 Mt. Gilead 

BLCHANAN. BARBARA Richmond, Va. 

BLIE, GLENDA Salisbury 

BURNS, STEPHEN Kingsport, Tenn. 



BURRELL, BETSY 
BIRTON, DAVID 
Bl TLER, JAMES 
BUTTS. JAMES A 
BYRUM. DAN 
CALLAWAY, BA.XTER 



III 



CAMPBELL, STANCIL 
CARTER, LINDA 
CARTER, NED 
CARVER, JAMES 
CASE, RITA 
CATON, LAURA 



CAUSBY, JOE 
CAVINESS. RONNIE 
CHAMPION, ANNE 
CHAPMAN, DAVID 
CHAP.MAN, FRED 
CHITTY, TOMMY 



Lexington 

.\tlanta, Ga. 

Reidsville 

South Hill, Va. 

Raleigh 

Atlanta. Ga. 



Rockingham 

Madison 

Lexington 

Durham 

Hendersonville 

Asheboro 



Winston-Salem 

Asheboro 

Gastonia 

Spencer 

Kannapolis 

Murfreesboro 



CHOSTNER, JERRY Greensboro 

CLARK. WILLIAM New Bern 

CLARKE. RICHARD Germanto™. Tenn. 

CLINE. TERRl SaHsbury 

COCHRANE. ALETA Elkin 

COMER, GRAY Winston-Salem 



COOPER, EDWARD B.. JR. Pageland, S. C. 
CORNS. STEVEN Winston-Salem 

COVINGTON, CHARLES ThomasviUe 

COX, NANCY Gemiantown, Tenn, 

CREASY, EDITH Ralei<'h 

CRUM, HERBERT D., JR. Charlotte 



CRUSAN. ALAN 
CULBRETH. KENNETH 
CURRIN. MARTHA 
DAIGNEAULT, DOROTHY 

DAVID, WAYNE 
DAVIS, JAMES 



Charlotte 

Favetleville 

Angier 

)ceanside, N. Y. 

Merrick. N. Y. 

Warrenton 



DAVIS, JERRY 
DAVIS, JULIE 
DAVIS, SARAH 
DAY, CALDWELL 
DETTY, GAIL 
DEVANEY, JAY 



ReidsviUe 

Nashville, Tenn, 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Winston-Salem 

Salisbury 

Lexington 



DICKENS. ROBERT Mt. Gilead 

DIN>MOHE. SHARON Davton. Ohio 

IKIP.BINS. JULIA YadkmviUe 

DON.\LD^ON. FRANKLIN Springfield, Va. 
DORMAN, NANCY Chevy Chase, Md. 

DORSEY, HARRY .\lbany, Ga. 



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DUCK, ROSALIND 
DUDLEY, LINDA 
DUNN, TYLER 
DUVAL, ROBERT 
EAKINS, JAN 



EARLY, MIRIAM 
EDMOND, FOY 
EDWARDS, LINDA 
EDWARDS, SANDRA 
ELAM. GLENNA 
ELIASON. WILLIAM 



ELLEDGE, CARL 
ELLEDGE, CAROL 
ELLIS, DAVID 
ERN, ROBERT 
ERVIN, BOBBY 
FALLS, MARY 



FARMER. CARL 
FARTHING. HARRIET 

FASNACHT, BRENDA 
FERRELL, ROBERT L., J 
FIELDS, CHARLANNE 
FINDT, WILLIAM C, III 



FLAGLER, FRED 
FISHER, JOHN 
FLEENOR, SALLY 
FOSTER, DEWEY 
FOSTER, HOWARD 
FOUST, PAT 



Rome, Ga. 

Mars HiU 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem 

Richmond, Va. 

Fairlax, Va. 



Greensboro 

South Hill, Va. 

Winston-Salem 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 



Wilkesboro 

N. Wilkesboro 

Shelby 

Locust, N. J. 

Salisbury 

Gastonia 



Stalesville 
Lenoir 
Charlotte 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Statesville 



Winston-Salem 

Fayetteville 

Winston-Salem 

Elizabeth City 

Greensboro 

Lexington 



FOX, JAN Winston-Salem 

FOX, LINDA Asheboro 

FREDEKING, ROBERT Huntington, W. Va. 

FREEMAN. STOCKS Bolton, Mass. 

FILLER, TERESA Salisbury 

FILLER, KIRK Kinston 



FURCHES, JAMES 
FI RGURSON, JOSEPHINE 
(;ARDNER, JOHN 
GARNETT. WILLIAM 
GARRARD. SUSAN 
GARNER, JOHN, JR. 



Winston-Salem 

Plymouth 

Brandon, Fla. 

Malvern, Pa. 

High Point 

Concord 



GASAWAY, PHILIP 
GASOUE. DAVID 
GENTRY. ANDREA SUE 
GENTRY, DWIGHT 
GIBSON, STEWART 
GLENDENING, DALE 



GORE. HUBERT 
GOTTSCHALK, KURT 
Glircil. ,M)HN 
<;RA.NT. RANDY 
GRAVES. CHERYL 
GRAVLEY, NANCY 



Silver Spring, Md. 

Winston-Salem 

State Road 

Hyattsville, Md. 

Laurinburg 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Lumberton 

Ridgewood, N. J. 

Charlotte 

Kannapolis 

Alexandria, Va. 

High Point 



260 



SOPHOMORES 



GREEN. DAVID 
GREENE. REBECCA 
GREGORY. ROBERT 
GRIM. MICHAEL 
GROVE. GEORGE W. 
GUNTER, MICHAEL 



HAGER. MARY LYNN 
HAHN, CAROLYN 
HAMPTON. HUGH M.. JR. 
HANALER. BARBARA B 
HALSTEAD, GLORIA 
HAMBRECHT, ROBERT 



HANSEN. IRIS 
HARDIN. CHARLES 
HARDY, SUSAN 

HAROLD. McDowell 

HARRIS. ARDEN 
HARRIS. ROBERT A., JR. 



HARWARD, SUSAN 
HATHAWAY, BOBBY 
HAVILAND, SI SAN 
HAWKINS. PAMELA 
HEDRICK. WAYNE 
HEFNER. RHONDA 



HEIBERGER, PETER 
HEIDGERD. CHARLES 
HEITMAN. 'WILLIAM 
HELSCHER. DAVID 
HEMPHILL. JAMES 
HEMRIC. JERRY 



Mt. Airy 
Stokesdale 
Asheville 
Bluefield, Va. 
Hickory 
Gastonia 



Alexis 

Bethesda, Md. 

Lewisville 

ningham. Mich. 

High Point 

Glenside, Pa. 



Arlington, Va. 

Pauline, S. C. 

Crofton, Md. 

Belmont 

Charlotte 

Maloaca, Va. 



Cocoa. Fla. 
chmond. Va 

Kernersville 

Charlotte 

•eenbelt. Md. 

Franklinlon 



Princeton, N. J. 

Boca Raton, Fla. 

Willow Grove, Pa. 

.\rlington. Va. 

East Flat Rock 

Dobson 



Enfield 

Charlotte 

Gastonia 

Harmony 

Ellicott Citv, Md. 

HOLBROOK, JOSEPH S., JR. Statesville 



HICKMAN. THOMAS 
HIGGINS. CHARLES 
HIGH. BRENDA 
HINSON. GAIL 
HOEY. CONNIE 



HOLLEY, PRESTON 
HOLTON, LUCY 
HONEYCUTT, JOE 
HONEYCUTT, RICHARD 
HONEYCUTT. SUSAN 
HOOD, JAMES B., JR. 



HOPKINS, ELWYN 
HOPPER, JOHN 
HORNE, JASPER 
HORTON, JIMMY 
HOUGH, JEAN 
HOUGH, WILLIAM A., 



Damascus, Md. 

Winston-Salem 

Kannapolis 

Raleigh 

Mooresville 

Huntersville 



Alexandria. Va. 

Madison. N. J. 

Pleasant Garden 

Fancy Gap. Va. 

Lexington 

Huntersville 



HOWARD. SUSAN Gastonia 

HROM. SUSAN Drexel Hill. Pa 

HUDSON. JOHN R.. JR. Luray. Va. 

HUFFSTETLER. SAM Burlington 

HULL. JANE Asheville 

HUMPHRIES. BRUCE Ft. Washington, Pa. 



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Locust 


HI -NT. PATRICIA 




High Point 


HI NT, SANDRA 




Cincinnati, Ohio 


HITCHESON.JACKR. 


11 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


HYLER, NANCY 




Blowing Rock 


HYNDS, CHARLTON 




Shaw AFB, S. C. 


HYNES, WILLIAM 




Williamsburg, Va. 


IMOSLN, JlLll S 




Nigeria 


IN(;E. DANNY 




Lynchburg, Va. 


ll'OCK. C.ARRISON 




Orange, Va. 


IVEY, CHARLES 




Athens. Ga. 


IVEY, CLARE 




Morristown, N. j. 



JACKSON, DAVID S., JR. Nashville 

JACOBSEN, ROBERT Hollywood, Fla, 

JAMES, GLENN Norfolk, Va. 

JARDING. DOUGLAS Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 
JARRETT, JAYNE Winston-Salem 

JERMAN, FAYE Charlotte 



JOHNSON, FREDRICK 
JOHNSON, LAWRENCE 
JOHNSON, MARY 
JOHNSON. ROBERT 
JO.NKS. CONNIE 
JONES, CYNTHIA 



JONES, LINDA 
JONES, MARK 
JONES, VIRGINIA 
JOKIIXN. LINDA 
KAN TER. RANDALL 
KARR, GLENNON 



KEIIIsTEAD, STEVEN 
KELLY, JAMES 
KENNEDY, MARY JANIS 
KIESSLER, EDWARD 
KI(;ER. JAN 
KING, EDWARD 



Mt. Airy 

Lexington 

Cahin John, Md. 

Hampton, Va. 

Winston-Salem 

Winston-Salem 



Ch, 



amblee, Ga. 

ington, Md. 

Richmond, Va. 

Elm City 

Trenton, N. J. 

Trenton, N, J, 



Gardiner, Maine 

High Point 

Raleigh 

Livingston, N. J. 

Winston-Salem 

Richmond, Va. 



KING WILLIAM Mt. Olive 

KIKKI'ATKICK. CHARLIE Cullowhee 

KLOllS, WAYNE West CaldweU, N. J. 

KNIGHT, DENNIS Teachey 

KNODE, WAYNE Washington, D. C, 

KNOOP, BARBARA Baltimore, Md. 



KRl'PITZER, LINDA 
LAM BE, WILLIAM 
LAMBETH, JI'LIUS 
LANOm'E. (;eorge 
LARSON, NEAL 
LAWSON, JUDITH 



Tip Springs, Md. 

Charlotte 

Greenshoro 

Kinslon 

Ivor Spring, Md. 

Mooresville 



LEATHERS, GORDON Henderson 

LEE JON Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 

LEEPER. EMMITT M., JR. Eustis, Fla. 

LEMBO, KEITH Hawthorne, N. J. 

LEWLS, SUSAN Kannapolis 

LINDEN, PETER Boston, Mass. 



262 



SOPHOMORES 



LINER. ANTHONY Durham 

LONG. .XN.NE Pineville 

LONG. P.ALL Roxboro 

M.\cDERMOND. PRL'E Gaithersburg. Md. 

^L^cVITTIE. RON.^LD Marietta. Ohio 

Mc.\LLISTER, NORMAN Winston-Salem 



McCRACKEN. JAMES 

McGAHEY. JANE 
McGEARV. LINDA 
McGLNMS, JOHN 
McMURRY. PHYLLIS 
McNABB, GEORGE 



McNEIL. JOHN 
McRAE. ROBERT 
MACKIE, JEFFREY 
MAGEE. JANET 
MARKHAM. MICHAEL 
MARTIN, CASSANDRA 



MARTIN. JAMES 
MARTIN. JAMES N., JR. 

MASON. MARK 
MASTERS. DOUG 
MATTOX. WILLIAM 
MESSINGER, TIMOTHY 



Winston-Salem 

High Point 

Hvattsvillc. Md. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Shelby 

Snow Hill, Md. 



Alexandria. Va. 
Peachland 
Winston-Salem 
ishington. D. C. 
r innsboro, S. C. 
Rocky Mount 



Washington. D. C. 

Virginia Beach. V'a. 

Washington. D. C. 

Winston-Salera 

Dunn 

Kenmore, N. Y. 



MEYER. ANN 
MILL. HANNAH 
MILLS JE.-^SE L., Ill 
MILLER. BRUCE 
MILLER. HAROLD D., JR. 
MILLER. JAMES 



MILLER. KEITH 
MILLION. TOMMY 
MITCHELL. DON 
MOHR. THOMAS 
MOORE. BETTIANNE 
MORGAN. NELDA 



MORRIS. HENRY 
MORRIS. JAMES 
MORTON. HAROLD 
MORTON. JAMES 
MOYER. THOMAS 
MURDOCK, NORMA 



MURDOCK. BOB 
MURPHY, BARRY 
MUTTON. THOMAS 
MYERS. EDWARD 
NASSER. RAYMOND 
NEAL, DONNA 



Granite City. 111. 

Gambler. Ohio 

Mayodan 

Canton 

\^'inston-Salem 

State Road 



ami Springs. Fla. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Westfield 

Springfield. Pa. 

Winston-Salem 

Wilkesboro 



Pitman. N. J. 

Chestertown. Md. 

Hatfield. Pa. 

Winston-Salem 

York, Pa. 

Macon, Ga. 



New Bern 

W. Chester, Pa. 

Eustis. Fla. 

Landisville. Pa. 

Huntington. W. Va. 

Reidsville 



NIEUWENHUIS, ELLIE 
NODELL. TED 
NORFLEET. CAROLYN 
OTT. DAVID 
OURS. STUART 
OWEN, JIM 



Mt. .\iry 

Charlotte 

Hampton. Va. 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Vienna, Va. 

WaynesviUe 



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PAINTER. SANKEY 
PANTERA, RICHARD 
PARK. MARGARET 
PARKER, JANET 
PARKER, WILLIAM 



yckoff, N. J. 

Banner Elk 

Orchard Park. N. Y. 

Catonsville, Md. 



PATCHEL. KIRK Media, Pa. 

PATRICK, ADELE Winston-Salem 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM Kings Mountain 

PEARCE, CLIFTON Winston-Salem 

PEATROSS. BUTCH Winston-Salem 

PEELER. BRENDA Albemarle 



PENNELL, PEGGY Boomer 

PETERSON, BARBARA Forest City 

PETTIT, MALENE Winston-Salem 

PETT\JOHN. ROY Chattanooga, Tenn. 

PEZZICOLA, MICHAEL Trenton, N. J. 

PHILLIPS. HAROLD Laurel Del 



PICKLESIMER. JOHN 
PIERCY. FRED 
Pi.N'SOX. PAMELA 
PLL\SANT, (;LENN 
IMIUIER, JOHN 
POW ERS, SUSAN 



•erside, N. J. 

ison, W. Va. 

Fayetleville 

Salisbury 

Lansing 



PRESLAR. LEN Concord 

PRICE. JIMMY Gastonia 

PUCKETT. ROGER Maybeury, W. Va. 

PUNGER. DOUGLAS Lynbrook, N. Y. 
QUALE. CHRI.STOPHER 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

RADFORD. WANDA Cliffside 



RAISNER. WILLIAM 
RAMON. SHEILA 
RAMSEY, DOUGL-AS 
RANDALL, JAY 
RA'i, HAYWOOD 
REAVIS, RICHMOND 



REGISTER. BENJAMIN 
RENFROE. CATHERINE 
REYNOLDS. JOHN 
RICE, DON 

RICHMOND, ROSALIND 
RICKS, GARLAND 



Winston-Salera 

Guam 

High Point 

Kinston 

Winston-Salem 

Harmony 



Charlotte 

Martinsville, Va. 

Winston-Salem 

Bethesda, Md, 

Pfafftown 

Wilson 



RITCHIE, JOHN Salisbury 

ROACH, EDGAR M., JR. Leaksville 

ROBINSON, DEBORAH Marietta, Ga. 

ROBINSON. EARL W., JR. Gastonia 

ROSS. REBECCA Charleston, W. Va. 

RUBENSTEIN, MICHAEL 

Ormond Beach, Fla, 



RICKER. WILLIAM 
SAMiERS. SANDY 
SAI .NDERS, (;RADY 
SAU.NUERS, RANDY 
SCARO, JUDITH 
SCHEIE, WILLIAM 



Winston-Salem 
Charlotte 
Roanoke, Va. 
Malvern, Pa. 
Franklinville 
Leetsdale, Pa, 



SOPHOMORES 



SCHULTZ, MARTHA 
SCOTT, BARBARA 
SEANOR, SARA 
SEA\^ RIGHT. HAROLD 
SIEBERT. RICHARD 
SEIDLE. JOSEPH 



SETTLE, CHARLES 
SHAW, MICHAEL 
SHEFFER, JAMES 
SIEWERS. CHRISTIAN 
SHUFORD, TOLLY 
SIMMONS, ANNE 



SIMPSON, DEBORAH 
SIMPSON, HUGH 
SIZEMORE. RONALD 
SLATE, JOHN 
SMELLEY. JAMES 
SMITH, ELEANOR 



SMITH, ELIZABETH 
SMITH, DARRELL 
SMITH, GROVER 
SMITH, LLOYD 
SMITH. ROBERT 
SMITH, SUSAN 



SMITH, WILLIAM 
SNIDER, CAROLYN 
SPIVEY, JOHN 
SPOONER. JAMES 
STALLINGS. CRAIGE 
STANCE, RICHARD 



Erie, Pa. 

Aikrn, S. C. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Bloomfield, Conn. 

GIadw>'ne, Pa. 



Elkin 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hinsdale, III. 

Fayetteville 

Kings Mountain 

Winston-Salera 



Martinsville, Va. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Fletcher 

High Point 

LaCrosse, Va. 

Gastonia 



New Bern 

Martinsville, Va. 

Kannapolis 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Asbury Park, N. J. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



Greensboro 

High Point 

Rockinghatn 

Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Spencer 

Livingston, N. J. 



STARCK. CAROLINE Northport. N. Y. 

STEIGERWALD. KAY Terrace Park, Ohio 
STEELE. MARY ALICE Charlotte 

STEELING, FRANK Greenville, S. C. 

STEELING, MARY North Augusta, S. C. 

STONE, JOHN Kingsport, Tenn. 



STOTT, JEANNE 
STRINGFIELD, CALVIN 
SUMMEY, BILL 
SUTHERLAND, ROBERT 
SYKES, JEAN 
TALBOTT, CAROL 



Raleigh 

Hickory 

Gastonia 

Hendersonville 

Burlington 

Burlington 



TALIAFERRO, DAVID 
TART, JO ANNE 
TATE, DONALD 
TATE. JOHN 
TAYLOR, JEFFREY 
TAYLOR, RONNIE 



Center Cross, Va. 

Clinton 

Gastonia 

Seattle, Wash. 

Linwood, N. J. 

Winston-Salera 



TAYLOR, SPENCER Mendham, N. J. 

TEAGUE, MILTON Lumberton 

TEALE, SUSAN Charleston, W. Va. 

TEMPLETON, THOMAS S., II 

Hyaltsville, Md. 
TESSNEAR, MARSHALL Forest City 

THIS, JAMES McLean, Va. 




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THOMAS. ELAINE 
THUMAS, PATRICIA 
TOBEI, MAK(;ARET 
TOLBERT, MARY ANN 
TOWNSEND. WILLIAM 
TROUTMAN, SUSAN 



TWYFORD. BILL 
TURNER, PAM 
UPTON. WILLIAM 
VARELLAS. EVE 
WAGONER. DONALD 
WAITT, ELIZABETH 



Pineville 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Richmond. Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

Haddonfield. N. J. 

Goldsboro 



Nashville, Tenn. 

Greensboro 

Wyckoff. N. J. 

Winston-Salem 

Raleigh 

Atlanta. Ga. 



WALT. LARRY 

WANNALL, ANNE 
WARIN(;, ROSI.YN 
WARREN. JAMES 
WATKINS. JOHN S.. 
WATTERS. DAVID 



WATTS, CARROLL 
WATTS. WILLIAM 
WEBB, CHUCK 
WEBSTER, JERRY 
WEEKS, LANDON 
WEST, SYLVIA 



Silv 



exandria, Va. 

Spring, Md. 

Statesville 

Wake Forest 

I Oxford 

Natrona Heights, Pa. 



Arlington, Va. 

Asheboro 

Fairport. N. Y. 

Leaksville 

Galax, Va. 

Kinston 



WHISENANT. MARY 
WHITE. DAN 
WHITE. FRANCIA 
WIEFERICH, PATRICIA 
\^ILKINS, JAMES 
WILSON, WALTER 



WILLIAM.S, FRANK 
\\'ILLIAMS, ROBERT 
\^1LLIAMS. THOMAS 
WILLI.'^ON, JEFFREY 
WILSON, GARY 
WINSTON, YORK 



Morganton 

Matthews 

Asheboro 

Bethesda, Md. 

Greensboro 

Baltimore, Md, 



Winston-Salem 

Morganton 

Latrobe, Pa. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Oceanport. N. J. 

Danville, Va. 



WOOD. DAVID Kensington. Md. 

WOOLLEY. KATHERINE Nashville, Tenn. 
WRIGHT, DOUGLAS Ahoskie 

WYLIE, REBECCA Charlotte 

YOES, GARY San Francisco, Calif. 

YORK, RICHARD Raleigh 



ZINZOW, LEE 



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ABERNETHY, TOMMY 
ABRAMS, CONNIE 
ACKLEY, DANIEL 
ADAMS. MIKE 
ALEXANDER, SUZANNE 



Kingsport, Tenn. 

Belmont 

Greensboro 

Liverpool, N. Y. 
Knightdale 
High Point 



ALLEN, GEORGE, JR. 
ALLEN. SHERRY 
ANDERSON. SUELLEN 
ANDREW S. NL\RY J. 
AQUINO. THOMAS M. 
AYCOCK, BENJAMIN T., 



Farmville 

Charlotte 

Jacksonville. Fla. 

Brevard 

Canastota. N. Y. 

JR. Wake Forest 



ASHMORE. RANDAN Savannah, Ga 

ASTLES, ROBERT Covington, Ky 

BACHOUCHIN, WILLIAM Johnstown, Pa. 
BADENOCK, WILLIAM B., Ill 

Richmond, Va. 
BAKER. CAROL Cedar Grove N J 

B.-^KER, DANIEL Nanuet, N. Y. 



BAKER. JOHN M. 
BALAFAS, HELEN 
BALDWIN, JACK R.. JR. 
BARDEN. FRED 
BARNES. CLARENCE 
BARNES, JANE 



Fairfax, Va. 

Winston-Salem 

Greensboro 

Rocky Mount 

Wake Forest 

Roanoke. Va. 



BARNES. PATRICK 
BARR. CHARLSIE 
BARRETT. DAVID 
BARSOTTI STEPHEN 
BAXLEV. DANNY 
BEAMON. DWAIN 



BEATTY, BESS 
REA\ ERS. CHRIS 
REA\ERS, PHILIP 
BECK, FRANK 
BELK. MARY EMILY 
BELL, JULIAN 



BENTON. LYNDA 
BERGEN, HANNA 
BERGMAN. LOIS 
BEST. DEBBIE 
BINGHAM, ROBERT 
BLACKBURN. TED 



BLANCHARD, RONALD 
BLANDINC. DAVID 
BLEY. WILLIAM 
MLINN. ROBERT 
BOBO. DONALD 
BOFF, DOUGLAS 



Long Branch. N. J 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Miami, Fla. 

Glenshaw, Pa. 

Rockingham 

Goldsboro 



Mt. Holly 

Winston-Salem 

Winston-Salem 

Greensboro 

Kingsport. Tenn. 

Monroe 



Wilson 

Allentown, Pa. 

Annandale. Va. 

Hickory 

Lansdowne, Pa, 

Glen Head, N. Y. 



BOGATY. RAYMOND 
BOLEMAN. GUY 
BONE. CHIP 
BOONE. TOM 
BOWLIN. DENNIS 
BOWMAN, THOMAS 



Salemburg 

Painted Post, N. Y. 

Fairfax. Va. 

Pennington. N. J. 

Asheboro 

Cherry Hill, N. J. 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Burlington 

Oriando. Fla. 

Wilson 

Dobson 

Charlotte 



268 



FRESHMEN 



BRAGG, BECKY Warrenton, Va. 

BRELOW, BARRY Woodbridgc. N. J. 

BREWER. BILL Charlotte 

BRINSON. WOODROW W., JR. Kenansville 
BRITT, MIKE Winston-Salem 

BRITTON, AUDREY Ahoskie 



BROCK, BARBARA Silver Spring, Md. 

BROCKETT. SUE Murray, Kentucky 

BROOKBANK, MARTHA Winston-Salem 

BROOKS, GEORGE Gary 

BROOKS, STEPHEN Annapolis, Md. 

BROOKSHIRE, RICHARD Lenoir 



BROOME, MIKE 
BROWN, GRAYSON 
BROWNING, JOHN 
BRUNDIGE, JANICE 
BUCHANAN, SANDRA 
BUCKLEY, DOUGLAS 



BUGBEE, J. ALBERT 
BULKOWSKI, ROBERT 
BURNETT, DIANNE 
BURNS, CRYSTAL 
BURT, BETTY ANN 
BUSH, KENNETH 



BUTLER, JAMES 
BYERLY, STEVE 
BYRD, THOMAS 
CALE, PAUL 
CALLAHAN. BOB 
CALLAWAY, LEE 



CANNON, DANIEL 
CARLTON, JAMES 
CARTER, RONALD 
CASCIOLI. EDNA 
CASKEY, ROBERT 
CHAPMAN, JIM 



CHILDERS, KELLY 
CLARKE, ROBERT 
COLLINS, JEFFREY 
COX, RHONDA 
COMER. STEPHEN 
CONGER, KAREN 



COOKE, WILLIAM 
CORNWELL, MARY 
CORRIE, LIELA 
CORVEY, CANDACE 
COUSSENS, WAYNE 
CRADDOCK, BETH 



CRISSMAN, PAUL 
CROCKETT, ROGER 
CROSS, JAMES 
CULLER, BRAXTON 
CUMMINGS. NANCY 
CUMBY, ELLEN 



Gastonia 

Gainesville, Fla. 

Arlington, Va. 

High Point 

Roanoke, Va. 

Norristown, Pa. 



Trenton, N. J. 

Farmingdale, N. J. 

Charlotte 

Augusta. Ga. 

Carthage 

Winter Haven, Fla. 



Arlington, Va. 

High Point 
Winston-Salem 

Crozet, Va. 

Shelby 

Winston-Salem 



Seaford, Del. 

Salisbury 

Newton 

Grifton 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Asheville 



Cherryville 

McMurray. Pa. 

Arlington. Va. 

Mt. Airy 

Boonville 

Charleston, W. Va. 



Salisbury 

Shelby 

Florence. S. C. 

Rosemont, Pa. 

Va. Beach, Va. 

Gary 



Graham 

tis Grove. N. J. 

Burlington 

High Point 

cksonville. Fla. 

Clemmons 






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CliRL, JAMES W., JR. 
CURLEE. K.WHY 
CURRAN. MICHAEL 
CUSUMANO. WILLIAM 
DAILEY, PAT 



Boonlon, N. J. 

Front Royal. Va. 

Charlotte 

Columbia. Conn. 

Hightslown. N. J. 

Va. Beach. Va. 



DANFORTH, JOHN 
DANIELS. KATHRYN 
DARNELL. STEPHEN 
DASHIELL. CHARLES 
DEANGELO, TONY 
DELANEY, BARBARA 



N. Wilbraham. Mass. 

Morganton 

Charlotte 

Salisbury, Md. 

Schenectady. N. Y. 

Roanoke. Va. 



DENT. BEVERLY Asheville 

DERRINGER. ELIZABETH 

Stone Ridge. N. Y. 
Pompano Beach, Fla 



DIXON. JAMES 
DOBNER. JOSEPH 
DOCKERY. HERB 
DODSON. WAYNE 



Meln 



Park, 111. 
Elkin 
Rural Hall 



DUCKETT. STEVE 
DUNLM'. KATHERINE 
EARI K, STKPHEN 
EAsll.N. GLNCER 
EDWARDS. BECKY 
EDWARDS. DANNY 



EDWARDS. SUE 
EKVALL. CHRISSY 
ELLINGTON. PHILLIP 
ELLIOTT. NANCY 
ELLIOT. ROGER 
ELMORE. LINDA 



ENGLISH. MARY ANN 
ESKRintiE. JO ANN 
EVERHART. JANE 
EZZELL. BREWER 
FERBER. HARRY 
FERGUSSON, DAVID 



FERRELL. STEPHANIE 
FISHER. JOHN 
FLEMING. TOM 
FLOYD. ANDERSON, JR. 
FLOYD. CHARLES 
FORD. DOUGLAS 



FORD. LAURA 
FORD. MARILYN 
FOX. f:'\ROLYN 
FREEMAN. LARRY 
FULKS. ALAN 
FUNK. PETER 



Washington 

Hartsville, S. C. 

Huntington. N. Y. 

Arlington. Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Henderson 



Greensboro 

Winslon-Salem 

Marion 

Cleveland. Ohio 

Rochport. Texas 

Kinston 



Laurinburg 

Burlington 

Lexington 

Magnolia 

Hampton. Va. 

Hudson. Ohio 



Deer6eld. Fla. 

Cranbury, N. J. 

Tarboro 

Whiteville 

Chatham, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 



Lynchburg, Va. 

Charlotte 

Annandale. Va. 

Ahoskie 

Athens. Ohio 

Westfield, N. J. 



FURNISS. DIANA 
FURR. LEE 
CADDY. CHARLES 
(;ADSDEN. BEVERLY 
GALLAGHER, WILLIAM 

GARTON, DARYL 



Va. Reach, Va. 

Wilmington 

Danville. Va. 

Charlotte 

JR. 

McLean. Va. 
Richmond, Va. 



270 



FRESHMEN 



GASKINS. GREG 
GAYHART, DEBORAH 
GAZSI, SHIRLEY 
GENTRY, RICK 
GENTRY, VICKI 



Monroe 

Aiken, S. C. 

Yardville, N. J. 

Elkin 

Rou"emonl 



GERHARDT, GRETCHEN Chevy Chase, Md. 



GIBSON, DEWITT 
GILBERT, FRANKIE 
GOARD, RICHARD 
COINS, DENNIS 
GRAHAM, GARY 
GRAHAM, WALTER 



Winnetka, lU. 

Mayodan 

Parksley, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Salisbury 



Thon 



'ille 



GRAY, SHARON 
GREENE, CHRISTOPHER 

Reisterstown, Md. 

GREENHAUGH, JOHN Harrington, DeL 

GRIFFITH. ANN Newark, N. J. 

GRIMSLEY, CAROLE Whiteville 

GROFF, ELIZABETH Salisbury 



GRUBB, STEVEN Lexington 

GUNBY, LOUISE Atlanta, Ga. 

GUTH, ROBERT Baltimore, Md. 

GUTHRIE, ELIZABETH San Antonio. Texas 
HACKSHAW, BARRY Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
HALL, DAVID Burlington 



HALL, BARRY 
HALL, CHERYL 
HALL, GREGG 
HALLMAN, LYNN 
HAMILTON, ROBERT 
HAMPTON, NANCY 



King 

Alexandria, Va. 

Va. Beach, Va. 

Mount Airy 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Burlington 



HAMRICK, OTTO Shelby 

HANCOCK, KAREN New Bern 

HARDI.'^ON, RICHARD Arlington, Va. 

HARKNESS. BETTY ALLEN 

New York. N. Y. 
HARPER. BILL WinstonSalem 

HARRILL, CHARLES Sanford 



HARTIS. EtIGENE M., JR. 
HARTLEY, DAVID 
HAURAND, SUSAN 
HAWKIN.S, HOLLY 
HAYE.S, DAVID 
HECKERMAN, MARTHA 



Charlotte 

Frederick, Md. 

Richmond, Va. 

Miami, Fla. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Charleston Hgts., S. C. 



HEGE. LIBBY 
HEMPHILL, KEN 
HER.STINE, JAMES 
HESTER, CAROL 
HIBBERT. CARL 
HILL, CHRISTOPHER 



HILL, LAI REL 
HINSON, LINDA 
HIRONS, MOLLY 
HOBB,S, DANIEL 
HOBBS, JIM 
HODGE, DEBORAH 



Hollywood, Fla. 



Tho 



■ille 



North East. Md. 

Greensboro 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Wyomissing. Pa. 



Thomasville 

Alexandria, Va. 

Geneva, Switzerland 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Trov 



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HODIERNE, CHARLES 
HOFFMAN, PRESTON 
HOLDEN, CATHY 
HOLLAND. CHARLES 
HOLLIDAY. KATIE 



HOLLIFIELD, KAREN 
HOLTIIOrSFR. JOHN 
HONFYCLTT, RICHARD 
HORIi, ^L•\RY JO 
HORNER. GUY 
HORTON, MIKE 



HOUSE. SUSAN 
HOUSTON. PAUL. JR. 
HOWARD. GLORIA 
HOWELL. JIM 
HOWELL. REBEKAH 
HUGHES. THOMAS 



HULL. ROGER 
HULSE, BRUCE 
HYATT. JOHN 
HYDER. BETTY 
lANNUZZI. NICHOLAS 
ISENHOWER. NELSON 



JACKSON, BARBARA 
JARMAN. WAYNE 
JEFFORDS. VAN 
JENNINGS, THOMAS 
JENNINGS. VAUGHN E.. 
JENSEN. JOHN 



Baltimore 

Galesburg. 111. 

Hickory 

Roanoke, Va. 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 



Black Mountain 

Elkin 

Lexinfiton 

Kings Mountain 

Henderson 

Greensboro 



Springfield, Va. 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Jamestown 

Gastonia 

West Jefferson 



t. Pleasant. Tenn. 

Goldsboro 

JonesviUe. Va. 

Kingsport. Tenn. 

Medford. N. J. 

Maiden 



Kensington, Md. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Florence. S. C. 

Windsor 

JR. Tavlorsville 

Winston-Salem 



JEWELL. MARY JO Charlotte 

JINNETTE. LARRY Goldsboro 

JOBE. BROCK Fairfax. Va. 

lOHNSON. ALAN Worcester. Mass. 

JdHN^dN. LINDA ANN Harrells 

JOHNSON, ROBERT Burlington 



JONES, FREDA 


Flat Rock 


JONES. MICHAEL 


Woodbury, N. J. 


JONES. MORRIS W.. JR. 


Charlottesville, Va. 


JONES. PAUL 


Longmeadow. Mass. 


JONES. SUSAN 


Raleigh 


JONES, TOM 


Decatur, Ga. 


JORDAN, CAROL 


Thomasville 


JOSLIN, RICHARD 


Greensboro 


JUBANOWSKY, BRUCE 


Mountainside, N. J. 


KAHLE, DAVID 


Newport News. Va. 


KASTNER. HARLEY 


Akron. Ohio 


KATER, ROBERT 


Binghamton. N. J. 


KFCERREIS, JAY 


Richland. Pa. 


KEIGER, STEVEN 


Tobaccoville 


KELLER, CARL 


West Islip, N. Y. 


KETTLEHAKE, THOMAS Cincinnati, Ohio 


KEY, KAY 


Winslon-Salem 


KING, CARL 


Hickory 



272 



FRESHMEN 



KING. SAMUEL 
KINLAW , JAMES B.. JR. 
KINSEV. SI SAN 
KLOSTERMAN. ROB 
KNOTT, TERRY 
KNOW LES. BARBARA 



KOBOS. DONALD 
KORNEGAY, BOB 
KREBS, ISABELLE 
KREST. CLAUDL\ 
KUHN. GEORGE 
KUSHNER, BRUCE 



KYLE, JIM 
LAFOY, BRYANT 
LANDRETH, JOHNNY 
LANGFORD, LINDA 
LASSITER. CHARLES 
LAWRENCE, GRAY 



Lincolnton 

.Mtavista. Va. 

Elizabeth City 

rthington, Ohio 

Smithfield 

.ivingston, N, J. 



Salem 
Rockv 



. Mass, 

Mount 

Alexandria. Va. 

Roanoke, Va, 

High Point 

Elizabeth, N. J. 



Norfolk. Va. 

Covington, Ga, 

Asheville 



LAWSON, GEORGE 
LAWSON. STEPHEN 
LEADER, RICHARD 
LEE. ROBERT Ja 

LEFFLER, JOHN 
LEMZA, DOUGLAS 



LEWIS, LAWRENCE 
LILES, EDMOND 
LILYQUIST, KENTON 
LINDNER, CAROL 
LIPFORD, SARAH 
LOCHTE, CYNTHIA 



Fairmont, W. Va. 

^^inston-Salem 

Wayne. Pa. 

:ksonvilIe Beach. Fla. 

Wichita. Kansas 

Kendall Park, N. J. 



Denton. Md. 

Burlington 

Raleigh 

W. Palm Beach. Fla. 

Bassett, Va, 

Washington, D, C, 



LONG, SAMUEL H., HI Elberton, Ga, 

LOTT, CHARLES West Field. N. J, 

LOVE, SHERWOOD Gretna, Va, 

LUDLAM, JOEL Merchantville, N, J, 

LUKER, BARBARA Ft. Thomas, Kentucky 
LYNCH, MARY ANNE Wvtheville, Va, 



LYNCH, SHARON 
McBRIDE, SUZANNE 
McCORD, RONALD 
MrCOTTER, RICHARD 
MrCOY. HAROLD P., JR. 

McDonald, betsy 



Ocean City, Md. 

.Alexandria, A'a, 

Petersburg, Va. 

Raleigh 

Ahoskie 

Atlanta, Ga. 



McDonald, PAM Pompano Beach. Fla. 

McDUFFIE. JAMES Rockingham 

McEMRY. KATHRYN Deland. Fla. 

McHAM. GARY Inman. S. C. 

McLAWHORN. SHEILA Greenville. S. C. 

McMICHAEL, MARGARET Winston-Salem 



McNEIL. JOLYNNE Greensboro 

McNEILL. CLAUDE Elkin 

MrOUILLEN. BRUCE So. Charleston. W. Va. 

MABRY. SARA Albemarle 

MAIN. ROGER Burlington 

MARSALIS. EARL Edgewood, Md, 





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MARSHALL, DONNA 
MARSHALL. LARRY 
MARTIN, JERRY 
MATSON, JOHN 
MAUGER, Sl!SAN 
MAUNEY. WILLIAM 



MAY, JOHN 
MAYNES, BARRY 
MEECH, DAVID 
MEFFORD, THOMAS 
MELLEN, DEANNE 
MELVIN, DENNIS 



MICHAELS, CLARA 
MILLER, JANE 
MILLER, JOEL 
MOATE, NANCY ANN 
MOHN. THOMAS 
MOORE, LINDA 



Miami, Fla. 

Winslon-Salem 

Mt. Airy 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Oaklyn, N. J, 

Kings Mountain 



Spring Hope 

Millbury, Mass. 

Slatesville 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

St. Albans. W. Va. 

Fairfax, Va. 



Morganton 

Charlotte 

Statesville 

den, W. Va. 

rdniore. Pa. 

Kinston 



MORRIS, HARVEY 
MORROW, JUDY 
MORSE, KATHY 
MORTON, DAVID 
MOINTNEY, GWEN 
MOYER, TIMOTHY 



MILKEY. MICHAEL 
NANCE, SUSAN 
NAPHAS, JAMES 
NEALE. MICHAEL 
NELSON, DAVID 
NELSON, JOAN 



Richmond, Va. 
Lebanon. N. J. 
Deerfield BeacK Fla. 
Winston-Salem 
Columbus, Ohio 
Blooming Glen, Pa, 



Rockingham 

Clinton 

Pittman, N. J. 

Springfield, Mo. 

Winston-Salem 

Atlantic 



NEWTON. EDWARD 
NEWTON, LINDA 
NICHOLS. JAMES 
NOELL. LEE 
NUNNALLEE. TOM 
OAKLEY, SAR.4JANE 



OBERLE, SPENCER 
DKTKEN, STAN 
()l l\ KR. WILLIAM 
01>K\. CYNTHIA 
OUTL,\W, NANCY 
OWEN, MARY 



Durham 

W'ilson 

Newark, Del. 

Danville, Va. 

Avon Park. Fla. 

Louisville, Ky. 



Avon Park, Fla. 

Longmont. Colorado 

Smithfield 

Winston-Salem 

Kinston 

Waynesville 



OWENS, SANDRA McGrady 
PARKINSON, SUE ELLEN 

Mocrestown. N. J. 

PARKS, JEANNE Lexington 

PARRIS, DAVID Roseville, Md. 

PARRISH. MARGARET Raleigh 

PATE, CARLYLE Burlington 



PATTESON, NAN 
PAUL, CHARLES 
PAXTON, JOHN 
PEALE, ANN 
PEARSALL, HOLLY 
PERRYMAN, RANDOLPH 



Alexandria, Va. 

Washington 

Florence, S. C. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Easton, Pa. 

Lexington 



274 



FRESHMEN 



PHILLIPS. WOODY 
PIERCE, LINDA 
PIKE. JUDY 
PINKLETON. DENNIS 
PLOTT. GENE 
PLUMMER. FRANK 



POLIFKA. DONALD 
POOLE. BILL 
POOLE. JAMES 
POOT. ANN 
PORTER. RICHARD 
PORTER, ELIZABETH 



POSTEN. CYNTHIA 
PO\^T,I,L, STEPHEN 
P0\^ ERS, SLSAN 
PREGNALL, MARY ANN 
PRESTON. BEVERLY 
PRESTON, JO ANNA 



PRICE, NANCY 
PRICE. RANDY 

QUEEN. JOHN 
RANKIN, EDWARD 
REAVIS. JANICE 
REED. SCOTT 



REEVES. JIMMY 
RENEGAR. DOUGLAS 
RICH. THOMAS L,. Ill 
RIGGS. SUSAN 
ROBERTSON. LINDA 
ROBINSON. JAMES 



Henderson 
Charlotte 
Asheville 

Richtnond, Va. 

Baltimore. Md. 
Henrietta 



Alexandria. Va. 

Hiddenite 

Ashland. Mass. 

New Bern 

Painesville, Ohio 

Athens. Ohio 



Charleston. W. Va. 

Levittown. N. Y. 

Franklin, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Gainesville. Fla. 

Raleigh 



AltaVista. Va. 

Waverlv. N. Y. 

Logan. W. Va. 

Gastonia 

Harmony 

Greensboro 



Grumpier 

incoln AFB. Neb. 

Fairmont 

Livingston. N. J. 

Black Mountain 

Alexandria. Va. 



ROBINSON. LINTON Fayetleville 

ROSE. WALTER Ahoskie 

ROSS. DONALD Silver Spring. Md. 

Rl'BENSTEIN. LISA Bethesda. Md. 

RYDER. LEE Ariington. Va. 

SAINE, JIMMY Vale 



SAMS. CHARLES P.. JR. 
SANFORD. ELLEN 
SANSING. RONALD 
SAVAGE. SANDRA 
SAYLOR. PHILLIP 
SCHERER. MARIAN 



.SCHOCK. ROBERT 
SEAMON. WESLEY 
SEDBERRV. WILLIAM 
SEVERN. CHRI.STINE 
SHAKER. DON 



Winston-Salem 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Morehead City 
Winston-Salem 
:incinnati. Ohio 



■ Rochelle. N. Y. 
Kannapolis 



Ashe 
Coral Gables. Fla 



SHALLCROSS, JOAN MARIE Sraithfield 



SHANNAHAN. RICHARD E.. JR. 

Baltimore. Md, 
SHARPE. BRUCE Silver Spring. Md, 

SH.\W, BEVERLY "■ ' 

SHELTON, FRANCES 
SHELTON, TEDDY 
SHIFLETT. DOUGLAS 



Charlotte 

Rural Hall 

Pilot Mountain 

Jacksonville, Fla. 




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Lexington 


SHOUSE, TIM 


Winston-Salem 


SHUPING, MACK 


Salisbury 


SINK, ALEX 


Mt. Airy 


SLOAN. RUS 


Marion, S. C. 


SMITH, BARRY 


Salisbury 



SMITH, BETTY Winston-Salem 

SMITH, DAVID Raleigh 

SMITH, KLIZABETH Wavnesville 

SMITH, (;REG East Norwich, N. Y. 

SMITH, JUDY Burlington 

SMITH, SANDRA Walkertown 



SMITH, TAMARA 




Lexington 


SMITH, W ILLIAM B., JR. 




Charlotte 


SNOW, JERRIE 




Siloam 


SPANGLER, MARGIE 




Lawndale 


SPEAR.S, JAMES 




Shelby 


SPENCER, MIKE 




Jonesville 


SPRINKLE, JAMES 




Marshall 


STAGEY, MICHELE 




Charlotte 


STAINBACK, D.WID 




Berwyn, Pa. 


STAPLES, CHARMELLE 


Columbia, S. C. 


STERTZBACK, KRISTEN 




Poland, Ohio 


STEWART, TERRY 




Havelock 


STIFF, MARILYN 




Valdese 


STONE, ANITA 


St. Albans, W. Va. 


STONE, MARCIA 




Roanoke, Va. 


STONE, NORA LEE 




Rowland 


STOUDENMIRE, MARY 


KAY 


Deland. Fla. 


STRICKLAND, PATRICIA 




Pine Level 


SUEUR, REBEKAH 


Middletown, R. \. 


SUGG, BRENDA 




Lewisville 


SUGG, CHARLES F., JR. 




Snow Hill 


SWAIM, CRAIG 




Burlington 


SWANK, DWAYNE 


Be 


ckley, W, Va. 


SWEENEY, DAVID 




Canton, Ohio 


TADLOCK, THOMAS C, 


JR. 


Monroe 


TACGART. JOHN ^ 


ewF 


airfield. Conn, 


TALLENT. JOSEPH 




Hickory 


TANTUM, JOHN 


Robbinsville, N, J, 


TAYLOR, LINDA 




Raleigh 


TAYLOR, PEGGY 




Wilkesboro 


TAYLOR, OUEN 




Severn 


T.AYLOR, STEPHEN 




Wilmington 


TAYLOR, -WILLIAM 




High Point 


THORP. NAOMI 




Arlington, Va. 


TILGHMAN, LINDA 




Beaufort 


TILLEY, LE.SLIE 




Mt. Airy 


TOWNSEND, WILLIAM 




Lumbertnn 


TRIGC;, JOYCE 


Ne 


w York, N. Y, 


TRIPLETT, JOHN, JR. 


PI 


easant Garden 


TROUTMAN, SALLY 




Lenoir 


TRUE, RANDY 




Cola, S. C. 


TURBEVILLE, MARION 


Ti 


rbeville, S. C, 



276 



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TUTTLE. JOEL Welcome 

TYNER, CARL Gaslonia 

UMBEL, ROBERT Poland. Ohio 
UNDERWOOD, MELLNDA 

Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 

VAUCHAN. KRISTEN Kingsport. Tenn. 

VERNON, RAY Roxboro 



VINCE. JANIS 
WALKER. JOHN 
WALL, LAURA 
WALL, ROSCOE 
WALLEY, BRUCE 
WALSH, THOMAS 



WARD, DEMMING 
WARREN, DA\ ID W., 
WARREX, JAMES 
WATSON, MARY 
WATTS, VERNON 
WEATHERS, JANE 



WEBSTER, ELOISE 
WEEKS, ROBERT 
WELLS, DONALD 
WELLS. JAMES 
WEST, KEN 
WHITE, BEVERLY 



WHITE, DAYLE 
WHITE, GRACE 
WHITE, STEPHEN 
WHITEHURST, SALLY 
WHITLEY, JAMES 
WHITLEY, STANLEY 



nnington, Vermont 

Burlington 

High Point 

Winston-Salem 

New Castle, Del. 

Fort Meade, Md. 



Lumberton 

t^ashington. D. C. 

Winston-Salem 

Salisbury 

Asheboro 

Winston-Salem 



Durham 

Norfolk. Va. 

Harrington. Del. 

Greenville 

Bethlehem. Pa. 

Annandale, Va. 



Florence. S. C. 

Durham 

Richmond. Va. 

Bethel 

Charlotte 

Southern Pines 



WHITTINGTON. RICHARD 



WllST, SHARRON 
WILDER. BOB 
^^ll.LlAMS. FLOYD 
WILLIAMS. JAMES 
WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM 



Mount Dora, Fla, 

Victoria, Texas 

High Point 

Burlington 

Malvern, Pa. 

Charlotte 



WILSON. CONWAY 
WILSON. ROBERT 
WIMER. JOAN 
WOOLLEY. THOMAS 
WOODRliFF. THOMAS 
WRIGHT, JON 



WRIGHT. ROY 
WRIGHT, STUART 
WYCHE, ALEX 
WYNNE. LEON 
YARRI.N'GTON. JOHN 
YEAGER, CHRISTINE 



YECK. WILLIAM 
YOUNG, JOHN 
ZANE, LARRY 



Charlotte 
Pitman. N. J. 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 
Charleston. W. Va. 
Washington, D. C. 



Bowie. Md. 

Roxboro 

Whiteville 

Robersonville 

Woodstown, N. J. 

Walkertown 



Adelphi. Md. 

High Point 

Swedesboro, N. J. 





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To the law student the courtroom signifies a present reality and 
future hope. 




Serious discussion and informal conversatio 
occupy a student's time between classes. 



SCHOOL OF LAwlcS^' 



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The law library is virtually 



to all law students. 



LAW DEGREE CHANGED 
FROM LL.B. TO J.D. 

Beginning with spring 1967 graduates from the 
Wake Forest School of Law will receive the J.D. 
degree instead of the LL.B degree which has been 
formerly given. Students and faculty began last 
year to plan for the change which was finally effected 
by the Student Bar Association. This change means 
that the law graduates will receive a professional 
doctorate in law. It will enable graduates to be 
given preference over holders of LL.B. degrees in 
government positions and in getting higher salaries. 

Since its establishment in 1894, the School has 
been known for its high standards. The School, with 
its eight full-time professors, has maintained a unique 
smallness in which student-teacher relationships re- 
sult in a beneficial closeness for both. The law stu- 
dent is not burdened by periodic quizzes but shows 
the results of his studies on comprehensive final 
exams, briefs and research studies. The Wake Forest 
Law student graduates well trained in legal prin- 
ciples and prepared to accept positions in the field 
of law. 



Justice is a significant attitude that must be integrated into every 
prospective lawyer. 


















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THIRD 

YEAR 

LAW 



OFFICERS— /.f/( to right: B. Wilson, Vice- 
President; W. Fairclolli. Treasurer; J. Liver- 
man, Secretary; J. Gaither, President. 




9 9 9 S # 




ASHBURN, JAMES 


Slatesville 


BASHORE, JOHN THOMAS 


\^'inston-SaIem 


BOST, JOHN 


Lenoir 


BOWEN, JAMES 


Wilmington 


BUYRN, WILLIAM 


Norfolk, Va. 


CAMPBELL, ROBERT 


Biglerville, Pa. 


CHERRY. FRANK 


Hassel 


CROTTS, MILTON 


Winston-Salem 


DAVIS, WADE 


Winston-Salem 


DONADIO, DONALD 


Hampton, Va. 


EARLY, DOYLE 


High Point 


EVERETT, CLIFTON 


Bethel 


(;AITHER, JAMES 


Winston-Salem 


GIBSON, NORMAN 


Winston-Salem 


GRAHAM, JAMES 


Yadkinville 


GRAHAM, LAURENCE 


Raleigh 


GRIFFIN, BOBBY 


Monroe 


(IRIFFIS, JOHN WILLIAM 


Denton 


HUMPHREYS, JAMES 


Winslon-Salem 


LEE. CHARLES 


Winston-Salem 


LIVERMON, JAMES 


Scotland Neck 


LLDEMANN, EDWARD 

Roslyn Heights, N. Y. 


McCINN, MAX DANIEL 


Lexington 


MADDOX, DON 


Winston-Salem 



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MADDREY, JOSEPH 


Raleigh 




MARTIN, JAMES 


Liberty 




MARTIN, JOHN 


Durham 




MOORE, JERRY 


Winslon-Salem 




MOSER, WILLIAM 


Salisbury 




MULLEN, HERBERT 


South Mills 




MUMMAW, HENRY 


Winslon-Salem 




MURRAY, CARLOS 


WILLIAM Greenville 




PERRY, MARK 


Winston-Salem 




RASCOE, ROBERT 


Winston-Salem 


:^' 


REED, JAMES 


Eupora, Miss. 




SERBER, WILLIAM 


Winslon-Salem 





SHERRILL, EVERETTE Charlutle 

SLATE. JAMES Polaski, Va- 

WATSON, WALLACE Charleston, S. C. 

WEAVER, FRANK Spring Hope 

WESTMORELAND, BARBARA 



Wi. 



WINBERRY. CHARLES 



ston-Salem 
Slatesville 



WRIGHT, THOMAS Sewickley, Pa. 

YEAPANIS, PANOS Newport News, Va. 

YELTON, ROBERT Shelby 

ZACKS, DAVID New Bern 

ZIMMERMAN, HERMAN WEBSTER 

Lexington 




STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION-Ro«' a 


ne; E. Grannis, Treasurer; 


larv. Row 


wo: T. Robin 


on, R. Fie 


J. Martin, Vice-Presirleni; B. Yellon, Pre 


sident; C. Cheyney, Secre- 


N. Fountain 


, R. Marley, 


. Maddrev 



ns, P. Y'eapanis, W. McCarthy, 




SECOND 

YEAR 

LAW 



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OFFICERS-Le/r lo right: C. Leggett, Presi- 
dent; L. Johnson, Treasurer; C. Young, Vice- 
President; W. Foushee, Secretary. 










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ADAMS, THADDEUS 
ALEXANDER, THOMAS 
BIESECKER, JOE 
BOVLES, LAUREL OTIS 
CHEYNEY, CURTIS 
CLARK, DALLAS CLINTON 



Winston-Salem 

Raleigh 

Clemmons 

Gastonia 

Havertown, Pa. 

Greenville 

Ch 



CORLE, WESLER DUANE 

COWAN, DONALD Raleigh 

DELOATCH, MAHLON Tarboro 

DOYLE, BROOKS Nazareth, Pa. 

FOUNTAIN. JOHN High Point 

FOUSHEE, WAYNE Durham 



FRIEDMAN, JEROME 


Norlolk, Va. 


GRAHAM, LARRY 


Broadway 


GRANNIS, EDWARD 


Winston-Salem 


HANCOCK, BURNACE 


Siler City 


HARRIS, WILLIAM 


Candor 


JOHNSON, WILLIAM 


Yadkinville 



JOHNSON, WILLIAM LESLIE 

Eliza bethlown 

JONES. THOMAS Sylva 

LEGGETT, CARROLL Buies Creek 

McCarthy. WILLIAM Coopersburg, Pa. 

MEMORY, JOHN Wagram 

MURRAY, DOUGLAS Meadville, Pa. 



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NELSON, BROXIE JAY 
RANDOLPH, DORIS 
REGAN, JOHN 
ROBINSON, THEODORE 
ROBINSON, THOMAS 



Chester, S. C. 

Pfafftowri 

Winston-Salem 

Gastonia 

Asheboro 



SCHOONMAKER, MAYRESSA HUGHES 

Brown Summit 

SCHVIMMER, THEODORE Trenton, N. J. 

SHAW, PHILIP Four Oaks 

SIMMONS, GEORGE CHARLES Morganton 

SINGLETARY, NORMAN IVEY 

Winston-Salem 

SMITH, KENNETH Pilot Mountain 

TISDALE, DONALD Wake Forest 

TOWERS, RICHARD Little Silver, N. J. 

WHITE, BENJAMIN Annandale, Va. 

WILLIAMS, DIIVALL McCLELLAN 

Wilmington 

YOUNG, CHARLES ROGER Hickory 







LAW REVIEW BOARD— S>n(e</; D. McGinn, Associate Editor; 
J. Humphreys, Editor Standing: J. Vernon, Associate Editor; L. 
Pitts, Busmess Manager 




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FIRST 
YEAR 
LAW 



OFFICERS— te/r to right: H. Shore, Presi- 
dent; K. Wilson, Treasurer; G. Kester, Vice- 
President; T. Handy, Secretary. 





BROWN, THOMAS WinstonSalem 

BRUMLEY, SHERMAN Statesville 

BUMPASS, THOMAS Roxboro 

CARDWELL, VERNON ELLIOTT Mayodan 
CARR. MICHAEL Charlotte 

CORBETT, ALBERT Wilson Mills 



DANIEL, STEPHEN 


Roxboro 


DEAN, JOSEPH 


Hamlet 


DILLARD, JAMES 


Flint, Mich. 


E\ANS, ERNEST 


Ahoskie 


EVERHART, KOVT 


Winston-Salem 


EZZELL, WILLIAM 


Harrells 


FEEMAN. ROBERT 


Annville, Pa. 


FLEMING, ROBERT 


Henderson 


FRENCK, HENRY No 


rth Wilkesboro 


(;RANT, WESLEY 


Kannapolis 


GLICE, ZORO JOSEPH 


Saluda 


HANDY, THOMAS 


London, Ky. 


HANNER. ROBERT 


Charlotte 


HAYES, GERALD 


Coats 


HEAD, ALLAN 


Atlanta. Ga. 


HISE, LLOYD 


Spruce Pine 


KAFER, WILLIAM 


New Bern 


KESTER. GENE CLIFTON 


High Point 



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LINER, DAVID KernersviUe 

McCLYMONDS. ROBERT Miami, Fla. 

McKINNEY, JOHN Spartanburg, S. C. 

McLEOD, JOHN Dunn 

McNEILL, ROBERT Morehead City 

MATTOCKS, NOLAND Rose Hill 

MULLIGAN, JAMES BRUCE Paducah, Ky. 



NICOLA, RONALD 


Wayne, N. J. 


PAIL, NORBERT JOHN 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


RAINEY. JAMES 


Asheboro 


REDDEN, CHARLES 


Clemmons 


ROBERTS, JAMES 


Mocksville 


SHORE. HENRY 


East Bend 


SMALL, ALDEN THOMAS 
Ga 


rden City, N. Y. 


SMITH, ARCHIE 


Asheboro 


STEPHENSON, JACKIE 


Clayton 


THORNTON, THOMAS 


Winston-Salem 


TILGHMAN, CARL 


Beaufort 


TORNOW, McNAIR 


Laurinburg 


TOWNSEND, SHERMAN 


Frankford, Del. 


WALKER, RUSSELL 


Asheboro 


WEEKS, SANDY 


Clinton 


WHITEHURST, SAMUEL 


New Bern 


WILLIAMS, FRED 


Greensboro 


WILSON, KENNETH 


Winston-Salem 


WILSON, WILLIAM 


Oceanport, N. J. 




The first year law student finds he has little 
time for extracurricular activities. 




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OFFICERS-^™/.!/. E. Welch, \ 
R. Campbell, Marshall. Standmg: 
man, Clerk. 



Justice, C. Winberry, Justice, 
DeLoatch. Treasurer, J. Fried- 



PHI ALPHA DELTA 

The Wake Forest Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta law 
fraternity was chosen second best of the nation's 105 
chapters this year. Justice Charles Winberry at- 
triliuted Timberlake chapter's recognition to three 
major areas of activity. 

The brothers sponsored a police support project 
whicli included an evaluation of training methods 
and a bantjuet honoring Winston-Salem police offi- 
cers. Secondly, Phi Alpha Delta increased the num- 
ber of volumes in its library to over 700 books. 
Monthly dinner meetings were also held throughout 
the year in which outstanding speakers were invited 
to participate. 




PHI ALPHA DELTA MEMBERS— Row one: T. Brown, R. Robinson, R. McNeiH, T. Small, T. Jones, B. Fleming, J. Dillard, C. Redden, J. 
Ashburn, B. Doyle, C. Leggett, C. Winberry, J. Friedman, B. Hancock, W. Ezzell, G. Kester. Row two: D. Liner. L. Robinson, J. McKinney. N. 
Pail, C. Lee, W. Wilson, R. McClymonds, J. Wray. C. Murray. B. Watson. E. Welch. H. Mummaw. C. Tilghman. G. Hayes, P. Yeapanis, V. Card- 
well, L. Hart. Row three: T. Handy, W. Harris. N. Nifong. N. Fountain. W. Grant. W. Buyrn, W. Johnson, H. .Shore, N. Singletary, J. Slate. N. 
Gibson, T. Wright, H. Muller. K. Wilson. L. Hise. Row four: B. Mulligan. H. Frerck, C. Young, J. Biesecker, M. DeLoatch, B. Burkes, R. Walker, 
M. Carr, S. Weeks, J. Dean. T. Bashore, R. Feeman, J. McCollum, J. Bost, J. Graham, J. Stephenson, S. Lovekin, K. Everharl, R. Campbell, 
286 



PHI DELTA PHI 

Ruffin Inn Chapter of Phi Delta Phi again main- 
tained their high standards in academics and ath- 
letics. In addition to high standing in intramural 
sports, the brothers won the academic trophy for 
scholarship to give them the highest legal fraternity 
average for the fifteenth consecutive year. 

The fraternity is also planning to extend its com- 
munity-wide activities. In addition to their annual 
Christmas party for under privileged children, the 
brothers are making plans to initiate a big brother 
system for teenage boys in Winston-Salem. The sys- 
tem will include high school age boys who have had 
minor trouble with the law. 




OFFICERS — Seated: R. Rascoe, Exchequer, D. Zacks. Magistrar. 
Standing: J. Martin, Historian, D. Maddox, Clerk. 




PHI DELTA PHI MEMBERS— fiow one; B. Wilson, D, McGinn, R. Nicola, J. Maddrey, J. Humphreys, J. Bower, B. Simmons, J. Kisiday, P. 
Liverman, D. Early, J. Gaither, J. Williams, James Webster, Advisor. Roiv two: B. Gram, P. Shaw, D. Tisdale, D. Cowan, D. Donadio, B. Ban- 
ner, W. Streilz. J. Martin, C. Everett, J. Rainey. J. Griffis, J. Martin. Roiv three: B. Rascoe, J. Reed, M. Crolts, J. Yeatts, R. Howington, B. Yelton, 
G. Davidson. S. Daniel, M. Perry, B. White, B. McCarthy, W. Wooten, B. Taylorson, D. Zacks, D. Maddox. Row four: K. Moser, B. Moser, B. 
Serber, B. Leggett, C. Hamm, C. Cheyney, A. Head, D. McGuire, W. Tilley, E. Grannis, E. Evans, B. Robinson. M. Bumpass, E, Ludemann. Row 
five: M. Williams, E. Sherrill, P. Rifkin, M. Prcvatt, L. Johnson, B. Dickins, T. Alexander, S. Whitehurst, W. Foushee, J. Memory, B. Cranfill, L. 
Graham, D. Clark, J. Vernon, T. Thornton, B, Kafer. 

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GRADUATE 
STUDENTS 



Graduate students spend countless hours work- 
ing on their theses. 





ABRAHAMSON, DAVID STEPHEN 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
AHN, ALGIE Seoul, Korea 

BEARD, LAWRENCE Appomattox, Va. 

BENESCH, HOWARD Baltimore, Md. 

BERSCHIED, JOHN Winston-Salem 

BLACKBURN, GILMER WARREN 

Mount Airy 



BOYTER, DANNY LEE Charlotte 

BIIRGIN, MARY OTIS Waynesville 

CHEN, KAREN Taiwan, China 

CHEVES, KEYWOOD CARNELL Littleton 
CHRLSTIAN, RALPH JERRY Mount Airy 
CRABTREE, SCOTT Durham 



CROWE, JOHN Morehead City 

C/.IKOWSKY, JANICE Versailles, Conn. 

DILLON, RALPH GEORGE Winston-Salem 
DOUGLAS, ROBERT STEWART 

Winston-Salem 
DUTROW, MARY Hampton, Va. 

EDWARDS, CURTIS DREW Richmond, Va. 



288 



GABEL. GERNOT Glindwiese, Germany 

GARRISON. NORMAN Weaverville 

GIELEN, PETER Lindav, Germany 

GILLESPIE, JOHN DAVID WinstonSalem 
GILLIKIN. LEVI Winston-Salem 

HALL, JAMES Wilmington 



HANNA, DANA Dunn 

HARTGROVE, DAVID King 

HIJIYA, Yl'KIHITO Kochi, Japan 

HUGHES. ROY Charlottesville, Va. 

JOHNSON. DONALD Statesville 

JOHNSON, MARILYN Winston-Salem 



JOHNSON, STEVEN Flatbrookville, N. J. 
LAWRENCE, DAVID Pineville, La. 

LEE, SEE WOO Seoul, Korea 

LEE, WILLIAM YE-MING Taiwan, China 
LOVE, GEORGE Lima, Ohio 

McCAULEY, DEANN MARIE 

Greenville, S. C. 



McGINTY, MAXINE Atlanta, Ga. 

MARRA. MARIETTA ROSE Clearwater. Fla. 

MARSHALL, JAMES Moncks Corner, S. C. 

MILLER, LEONARD Mocksville 

MOLLER, MIRIAM Winston-Salem 

MOORE, WAYNE TobaccovUle 



MORCOCK, ROBERT 
MOUNT, PHILIP 
NOLAND, SARAH JANE 
OAKLEY, PHIL 
OH, YAW TATT 



Adelphi, Md. 

Bronxville, N. Y. 

Martinsville, Va. 

Greensboro 

Penang, Malaysia 



OLLEY, GREGORY Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 



PAVLIS, RICHARD Glen Burnie, Md. 

PICONE. ROBERT Norfolk. Va. 

QUEEN. DORIS Lexington 

RICHARDS, THOMAS Cicero, lU. 

SCHOENING, RICHARD Roselle Park, N. J. 
SCOTT, WILLIAM 



SHAW, MARTHA KAY 
SIMPSON, HOBART 
SINGHAS. CHARLES Fi 
SPENCER. LORRAINE 
STIKELEATHER. JIMMY 
SUTTERER, JAMES 



Salisbury 



Raleigh 

Siloam 

lirfai Station, Va. 

Greensboro 

Statesville 

Birmingham, Ala. 



THORNE, SHIRLEY 
TORIAN, RICHARD 
TRAINER, JOHN 
VIERS. JIMMY 
WACHS. RONALD 
WARREN. WILLIAM 



Mocksville 
Winston-Salem 
AUentown, Pa, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Winston-Salem 
Birmingham, Ala. 



WHISNANT, CAROL 
WHITE, ALICE 
WILLIAMS, THOMAS 
WILLINGHAM, FRANCIS 
WILLIS, JOSEPH 



Winston-Salem 

Suffolk, Va. 

Hickory 

Winston-Salem 

Winston-Salem 




289 



GRADUATION MARKS AN END 
AND A BEGINNING 

Hurriedness represses what nostalgia most grad- 
uates feel as they don the traditional black gown and 
mortar board. The endless black lines with hands 
extended to receive a small white representation of 
four years' work carry a certain finality with them 
with their very movement. 

Graduate school may lie ahead for over a third, 
but for the majority, formal education has ended. 
A dominant tie will be severed with graduation as 
each must take up his life apart from the closeness 
and carefree atmosphere of the college campus. 

Over fifty per cent of this class will seek jobs and 
about one fifth of that number will serve in the 
military. Of those working, fifty-three per cent will 
remain in North Carolina and half that number in 
Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. 

The class of 1967, like the College itself, has 
weathered challenge and change, made progress in 
maturity and growth, and has begun development of 
a personal identity. 







Long lines of black-clad graduates file along a grassy path amid 
sm,ling faces. 



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The ceremonies seem endless but each waiting 
candidate is rewarded with a diploma. 




Spectating was tiring and the sun was hot, but the solution was simple. 




With a diploma in one hand and a five year old by the other, a happy 
father hurries away. 



291 




SPRING MEANS LEAVING 

Whether you leave Wake Forest remembering the 
football season that passed with only one victory, the 
girl who sat next to you in chapel who later wore 
your fraternity pin, or the sheer delight of an eight 
o'clock TTS class, the year or years here have had 
some direct effect on your life. The dread that your 
"C" average would never come faded with seniority 
that finally came after your freshman year. You 
learned the ropes. 

As the football afternoons of each fall have passed 
into winters filled with rush, long hours of last- 
minute study, and often discontent, the springs have 
regularly been filled with beach week ends, the 
sounds of pre-dawn mowers in motion, and for 
many, the anticipation of the long-awaited diploma. 



As changed the seasons, each with its special memo- 
ries, so you have changed. You have grown and 
developed according to your varied influences and 
interests. Your separate paths have been of your 
own choosing, your decisions self-made. What you 
have done in the years at Wake Forest will determine 
to some extent what you will do with your life. 

The years here have been a time for adjustment to 
adulthood, a time for hurt and disappointment, a 
time for re-evaluation. But they have also been a 
time for love, for friendship and for understanding. 

Because you were here and not at Carolina or 
Duke or State, vou have changed in accordance with 
the temperament of this college, the people here, 
the way of life that is uniquely Wake Forest. That 
path has, indeed, made a difference. 



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College for the convenience of its students and faculty. We hope 
that we may continue to serve you by moil after you leave the 
campus. When writing us, please give the year in which you 
graduated. P. 0. Box 7711, Winston-Salem, N. C. 27106 



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that you are graduating into one of the most promising areas of the nation? 
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WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



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The Howler wishes to recognize these friends of Wake Forest College: 



Dr. E. De La Torre 
Dr. Ruth P. Henley 
Dr. Ruth O'Neal 



Mr. I. E. Coryle 
Mr. Fred S. Hutchins 
Mr. J. Clifton Harper 



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1967 Hoivtcr 

of Wake Forest College 



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Associated College Press 
All-American Newspaper 

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Box 7567, Reynolda Station 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sylvia Pridgen, Editor 
William Gordon, Business Manager 



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FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION INDEX 



Allen, Dr. Charles M., 2108 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 72, 107 

Allen. Dr. Judson B., 4-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 61 

Allred. Miss Gene A., 6-J Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 67 

Amen, Dr. Ralph D., 100 Friendship Circle, Winston-Salem 71 

Anderson, Mr. Richard E., Rt. 1, Pfafflown 195 

Angell, Dr. John W., 108 Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem 70 

Anglin, Miss Goldie, 5-C Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem. ...65 
Aycock, Mr. A. Lewis, 2080 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 61 

Barefield, Mr. James P., Graylyn, Winston-Salem 62 

Barnett, Dr. Richard C, 313 Wake Dr., Winston-Salem 62 

Barrow, Dr. Harold M., 1864 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem. ...58, 87 

Beck, Dr. Robert C, 126 Rosedale Circle, Winston-Salem 70 

Bell, Mr. Richard G., 5-J Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 79 

Bennison, Mr. Martin J., 

2315 Cloverdale Ave., Apt. A, Winston-Salem 69 

Berthrong, Dr. Merrill G., 2032 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 62 

Blalock, Dr. J. Carey, Stimpson Dr., Pfafflown 73 

Bland, Mr. R. Lamar, 1-G Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 61 

Brantley. Mr. Russell H., 1832 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 55 

Brehme, Dr. Robert W., 1055 Peace Haven Rd.. Winston-Salem 72 

Brown. Mr. D. A., 2132 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 61 

Broyles, Mr.-David B., 1-J Wake Forest Apts,, Winston-Salem 63 

Bryan, Mr. G. McLeod, 

3700 Old Pfafftown Rd., Winston-Salem 66, 70 

Bryant, Dr. Shasta M.. 6-G Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 74 

Burroughs, Dr. Julain C, 2116 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 69, 98 

Campbell. Dr. Ruth F.. 8-H Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem. 64 

Carter, Mr. John A., 10-E Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 61 

Casey, Miss Dorothy, 6-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 58 

Catron, Dr. David W , 7-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 70 

Christman, Rev. Edgar D.. 

2-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 121 

Clonts, Mr. Forrest W., 4155 Student Dr., Winston-Salem .62 

Cocke, Dr. Elton C, 2140 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 71 

Cook, Mr. James B., Jr., 1930 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 55, 90 

Cook, Mr. Leon P., Jr., 2904 Pioneer Trail, Winston-Salem 76 

Crisp, Miss Marjorie, 6-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem ...58. 107 

Davis, Dr. J. E., Jr., 2124 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 71 

Davis. Mr. William K., 3713 Vandalia Dr., Winston-Salem 195 

Dawson. Mr. Glenn A.. lO-B Crestcourt Apts.. Winston-Salem 58 

Delgado. Mr. Marcel E., 1420 Arrowood Court. Winston-Salem 64 

Dickens. Dr. Charles H.. 3-D Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem. .75 
Dimmick. Dr. John F., 2860 Wesleyan Lane. Winston-Salem. .71, 86 

Divine. Dr. Hugh W.. 2027 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 79 

Dodson. Dr. N. Tavlor. Rt. 2, Box 240. Pfafftown 58 

Drake. Mr. Justus C. 1888 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 61 

Dufort, Dr. Robert H.. 4-A Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem....70 
Dyer, Dr. Robert A., 1415 Peace Haven Rd., Winston-Salem. 53, 70 

Earle, Dr. John B., 753 Austin Lane, Winston-Salem 60, 107 

Earp, Dr. Cronje B., 2148 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 65 

Easley, Dr. John A., 105 Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem 70 

Eckroth, Dr. David R., 317 Sunset Dr., S.W., Winston-Salem 73 

Ellison, Mr. Leo, Jr., 2113 Independence Rd., Winston-Salem 58 

Elmore. Dr. Thomas M., 

9-C Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 53, 75 

Esch, Dr. Gerald W., 5-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 71 

Evans, Dr. David K., 1970 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 60 

Feathers, Mr. W. Beattie. Rt. 1, Pfafftown 195 

Felmet. Mrs. Marjorie H.. 1831 West 1st St., Winston-Salem 68 

Ferm, Dr. Vergilius, 1-C Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 67 

Fleer, Dr. Jack D., I-F Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 63 

Folk, Dr. Edgar E., Wake Forest 61, 91 

Fosso, Dr. Doyle R.. 4-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 61 

Francis, Mr. Marvin A , 1824 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 55 

Garrison, Dr. Paul L., 1837 Buena Vista Rd., Winston-Salem 64 

Garrity. Mr. M. Henry, 2800 Robin Hood Rd., Winston-Salem 54 

Gay, Mr. Roland L., 112 Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem 74 

Gentry, Dr. Ivey G., 2041 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 74, 104 

Giles, Mr. Christopher, 

Box 7303 Reynolda Station, Winston-Salem 68 

Gokhale, Dr. Balkrishna, 1836 Henning Dr.. Winston-Salem 62 

Goodman, Mr. Ted W., 256 Crepe Myrtle Circle, Winston-Salem. .74 
Griffin, Dr. George J., 109 Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem 66, 70 

Griffin. Mr. Thomas P., 826 Fennimore St., Winston-Salem 54 

Gross. Dr. Paul M., Jr., 

6-F Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 73. 104 

Gulley, Dr. William H., 3281 Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 60 

Guthrie, Mr. John R., 147 Rosedale Circle, Winston-Salem 64 



Haddock, Mr. Jesse I, 3124 Burkeshore Rd., Winston-Salem 2 

Hadley, Mr. David W., lO-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.... 
Hagen, Dr. William M., 3048 Country Club Rd., Winston-Salem.... 
Hamilton. Mr. Keith E., 705 Anson St., Apt. H-II, Winston-Salem.. 
Hamrick, Dr. Fmmett W.. 162 Rosedale Circle. Winston-Salem. .62. 
Hamrick, Dr. Phillip J., Jr., 2651 Greencrest Dr.. Winston-Salem.. 

Harbin, Mrs. Susan P., Clemmons Village Apts., Clemmons 

Harris, Dr. Carl V., 6-C Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 

Harris, Mrs. Lucille S., 6-C Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 

Haven, Dr. Ysbrand, 1030 Yorkshire Rd., Winston-Salem 

Heath, Dr. Ralph C, 2815 Lyndhurst Ave., Winston-Salem. .76, 

Hein, Dr. Dale A., 8-A Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 

Helm, Dr. Robert M.. 1330 Brookwood Dr.. Winston-Salem 

Himan. Dr. Hugh K.. lO-D Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 

Hollingsworth. Dr. Leon H.. 37 Edith Ave.. Winston-Salem. ...10, 

Horowitz, Dr. Herbert, 1-B Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 

Howard. Dr. Frederic T.. 1-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.. 

Huber, Dr. Calvin R., 301 Wake Dr.. Winston-Salem 

Hylton, Mr. Delmar P., 1856 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 



Jenkins, Mr. Hiram V., Brewer Heights, Apt. 12, Clemmons 64 

Johnson, Dr. J. Robert, Jr., 115 Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem. .74 

Kalter. Mrs. Ethel L.. 601 Oaklawn Ave., Winston-Salem 68 

Karr. Dr. Otis K., Rt. 1. Pfafftown 58, 195, 220 

Kenion, Dr. Alonzo W., 1045 Deepwood Court, Winston-Salem 61 

King, Dr. Harry L., 

25-A College Village Apts., Winston-Salem 64, 104 

Krisko, Mr. Robert M., 814 Oaklawn Ave., Winston-Salem 60 

Lauerman, Capt. Henry C, 

1721 Buena Vista Court, Winston-Salem 79 

Leake, Miss Lu, lO-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 53 

Lee, Dr. Robert E., 2180 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 79 

Leighton, Mr. James H.. 

1878 Meadowbrook Dr., Winston-Salem 218, 231 

Lewis, Mr. Oscar J., Rt. 8. Box 398, Winston-Salem 76 

Lovett, Mr. Robert W., 1934 Robin Hood Rd., Winston-Salem 61 

McCollough, Mr. J. Lawrence, 

8-C Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem... 67 

McDonald, SFC Eldon. 1080 Shalamar Dr.. Winston-Salem 59 

McDonald. Dr. James C. 8-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.. 71 

McDonald, Dr. Thane E.. 127 Rosedale Circle. Winston-Salem 68 

McDowell, Dr. James G., 183 Idlewild Dr., Winston-Salem 62 

Madden, Mr. Joseph A., 5000 Gesner, Winston-Salem 195 

Martin, Mr. Ronald W.. 3-H Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem. ...58 

May, Dr. Jesse G., 3318 York Rd., Winston-Salem 74 

May, Dr. W. Graham, 2931 Good Hope Rd., Winston-Salem 74 

Meier, Dr. Reinhold O., 1956 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 65 

Memory, Mr. Jasper L., 2008 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 75 

Miller. Dr. Harry B.. 9-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 73 

Mitchell. Dr. Carlton T., 3121 Shannon Dr., Winston-Salem 70 

Moore. Mr. Harold S., 1250 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem 54 

Moses. Dr. Carl C. 3431 York Rd., Winston-Salem 63 

Nowell, Dr. John W., 4115 Student Dr., Winston-Salem 73 

O'Flaherty. Dr. James C, 2164 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 65 

Olive, Dr. A. Thomas. 2064 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 71 

Parcell. Dr. Harold D., 1-1 Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 64 

Parker, Dr. John E., Jr.. 725 Sylvan Rd., N.W.. Winston-Salem. .64, 75 

Patrick. Dr. Clarence H.. 1880 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 60 

Patterson, Mr. Grady S.. 2100 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 55 

Perez, Mr. Carlos A.. 6-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 64 

Perkins, Capt. Jerry L., 821 Bellview St., Winston-Salem 59, 89, 131 

Perry, Dr. Percival, 121 Belle Vista Place, Winston-Salem 62 

Phillips, Dr. Elizabeth, 1-H Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem... 61 

Popp, Mr. Joseph, 4991 Lockravin Dr., Winston-Salem 195 

Potter, Dr. Lee H.. 1927 Oakland Dr.. Winston-Salem 61 

Preseren, Dr. Herman J., 1908 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 75 

Rackley, Mrs. Sally Ann, 4125 Alonzo Dr.. Winston-Salem 65 

Raynor. Mrs. Beulah L.. 1946 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 61 

Recce. Mark H.. 2017 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 53 

Reed, Col. John F.. 427 Plymouth Ave.. Winston-Salem 55 

Reinhardt. Mr. Jon M.. 3-E Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 63 

Richards. Dr. Claud H., Jr.. 835 Ransom Rd., Winston-Salem 63 

Robinson, Mrs. Mary Frances, 1939 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem. .64 

Robinson, Dr. Paul S.. 1939 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 68. Ill 

Rodtwitt, Mrs. Eva Marie, 1-H Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.. .64 
Rogers, Dr. Gaines M., 214 N. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 76 



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Sanders. Dr. Wilmer D., 819 Yellowstone Lane. Winston-Salem.. .65 

Sawyer. Dr. John W.. 116 Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem 74 

Schoonmaker, Dr. Donald O.. 

216 Carter Circle. Winston-Salem 63, 87 

Schwartz, Mr. Howard D., 1608 Northwest Blvd., Winston-Salem..60 

Scott, Mr. Karl M.. Rt. 3, Old Hollow Rd., Winston-Salem 76 

Sears, Mr. Richard D., 1232 Brookwood Dr., Winston-Salem 63 

Sechtman. Capt. Paul L.. 1838 Brantley St.. Winston-Salem 59 

Seelbinder, Dr. Ben M., 720 Austin Lane, Winston-Salem 74 

Shafer, Sgt. Major Thomas D.. L-2, 2300 Avent Ferry Rd., Raleigh. .59 
Shaw, Mr. Bynum G.. 1527 Overbrook Dr., Winston-Salem. ,..61, 90 
Shields, Dr. Howard W.. 9-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem. ...72 
Shirley, Dr. Franklin H., 1947 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem. .69, 115 
Shockley, Mrs. Sandra L, 2031 Independence Rd., Winston-Salem.. 58 
Shoemaker, Dr. Richard L., 

1830 Meadowhrook Dr.. Winston-Salem 64 

Shorter, Dr. Robert N., 7-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem... .61 

Sizemore, Mr. James E., 1900 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 79 

Small, Mrs. Judy Jo, 5-H Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 61 

Smiley, Dr. David L., 1060 Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 62 

Smith, Mr. James H., 1059 Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 24, 62 

Snuges. Dr. Henry L., 1872 Meadowbrook Dr., Winston-Salem. ...61 

Stallings. Mr. Jack T., Rt. 2, Box 323, Pfafftown 58 

Starlins. Mr. William G., 2110 Independence Rd., Winston-Salem....55 
Stroupe, Dr. Henry S., 2016 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem. ..62, 78 
Sullivan, Dr. Robert L., 10-F Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem....71 
Syme, Dr. Samuel A., Jr., 924 Marguerite Dr., Winston-Salem. .60, 75 

Talbert, Dr. Charles H., 

5-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 66, 70 

Tate, Mr. William L., 3740 Will Scarlet Rd., Winston-Salem. 191, 194 



Tedford, Dr. Harold C, 

3-C Wake Forest Apis., Winston-Salem 69, 118, 119 

Tefft, Dr. Stanton K.. 945 Palm Dr., Winston-Salem 60 

Tillett, Dr. .Anne S., 139 Rosedale Circle, Winston-Salem 64 

Tillett, Dr. Lowell R., 139 Rosedale Circle, Winston- Salem 62 

Tribble, Dr. Harold W., 

President's Home. Wake Forest College 49, 50, 51 

Tucker, Mr. C. Wayne, 5-F Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.. .65 
Turner, Col. Hugh J., Jr., 1039 Peace Haven Rd., Winston-Salem. .59 
Turner, Dr. Thomas J., 2072 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem.. 72, 104 

Via, Dr. Dan O., Jr., Ill Belle Vista Court, Winston-Salem. 66, 70 

Waddill. Dr. Marcellus, 3750 Will Scarlet Rd., Winston-Salem 74 

Wagstaff, Dr. J. Van, 2-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.... 76 

Walhout, Dr. Clarence P., 2-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem..6l 
Webster, Mr. James A., Jr., 1816 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem. .79, 289 
Weller, Dr. Judith Ann, I-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem....62 
White, Major Ervin L., 601-A Jersey Ave., Winston-Salem. .59, 89 

Wiggins, Dr. Norman A.. 1848 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 79 

Wilkes, Dr. William R., 729 Barnsdale Dr., Winston-Salem 72 

Williams. Dr. George P.. Jr., 1961 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 72 

Williams, Dr. John G., 2035 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 55 

Wilson. Dr. Edwin G.. 

10-H Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem .10, 52, 61, 99 

Wilson, Mr. James W., Box 396. Oak Ridge 65 

Woodmansee, Dr. John J., 6-D Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem.. 70 

Yearns. Dr. Wilfred B., 2152 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 62 

Zuber, Dr. Richard L., 105 Woodrow Ave., Winston-Salem 62 



ORGANIZATIOxNS INDEX 



Alpha Epsilon Delta 86 

Alpha Kappa Psi 127 

Alpha Phi Omega 125 

Babcock Dormitory 142 

Band 112-113 

Baptist Student Union 120 

Beta Beta Beta 86 

Bostwick Dormitory 142 

Cheerleaders 220-221 

Choir 110 

Circle K 124 

College Union 108-109 

Davis Dormitory 138 

Debate 115 

Delta Phi Alpha 88 

Deha Sigma Epsilon 87 

Honor Council 105 

Howler 92-93 



Inter-fraternity Council 148 

International Club 129 

Inter-society Council 149 

Johnson Dormitory 142 

Kappa Mu Epsilon 87 

Kitchin Dormitory 140 

Madrigals 1 1 1 

Majorettes 1 1 3 

Maritimers 1 14 

Men's Judicial Board 104 

Men's Residence Council 136-137 

Old Gold and Black 94-95 

Omicron Delta Kappa 83 

Orchesis 1 14 

Organ Guild Ill 

Pershing Rifles 89 

Phi Alpha Theta 87 



Phi Beta Kappa 82 

Phi Sigma Iota 88 

Phi Sigma Kappa 88 

Poteat Dormitory 141 

ROTC 130-131 

Scabbard and Blade 89 

Student. The 96-97 

Student Government 100-103 

Tassels 83 

Taylor Dormitory 139 

Theater 116-1 19 

WFDD 98-99 

Who's Who 84-85 

Woman's Government Association. .106-107 

Young Democrat's Club 126 

Young Republican's Club 126 



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STUDENT INDEX 



Abarno. Robert Newell. 

20 Lowell Rd., Port Washington. N. Y. 11050 

Abernathy. Laura Susan. 

208 McTeer Dr.. Kinsport, Tenn. 37663 115, 

Abernethy, Dan Edward. 201 Transylvania Ave., Raleigh.. 124. 
Abernethy, David Preston. Jr.. 

1702 Charlotte Ave., Kinston 2850L 110. 

Abernethy. Tommy Newell. 203 Park Dr., Belmont 

Abrahamson. David Stephen. 

5553 Woodlawn Blvd.. Minneapolis, Minn. 55417 

Abrams. Constance Helen. 1208 Hammel Rd.. Greensboro 27408.. 
Ackerman, Milton John. 

511 W. 25th St.. Riviera Beach. Fla. 33404 156, 

Ackley, Daniel Ross, 702 Balsam St.. Liverpool. N. Y. 13088 

Acton. John Allan, 

2519 Country Club Ct., Raleigh 148, 156, 157, 231. 

Adams. Alfred Gray, 

2857 Bitting Rd.. Winston-Salem 27104 164. 

Adams. Charles Cochran. II. 

2137 Chatham Ave., Charlotte 86, 158, 

Adams, John Erwin, Jr.. 313 W. Vance St.. Laurinburg 

Adams, Michael Lee. Rt. 1. Knightdale 27545 

Adams, Thaddeus A.. III. 

27-G College Village Apts., Winston-Salem 

Ahn. Augie. 

c/o Rev. Lewis Ludlum. 1501 E. Polo Rd., Winston-Salem. 129, 
Aiken, Jefferson Boone. HI. 

1423 Madison Ave.. Florence. S. C 148, 158, 

Aikman. Arthur James, 

105 Hillcrest Ave.. Beaver Falls. Pa. I50I0 

Akers, Kay J.. 2430 Oregon Ave.. S.W.. Roanoke, Va. 24015.. 182. 

Albert. Henry Lee, Jr., 112 14th St.. Pulaski. Va. 24301 - 

Albert. Thomas Warren. 1407 N. 14th St., Reading, Pa. 19604.. 
Alexander, Charles Jackson. 

1208 Ebert St., Winston-Salem 27103 136, 

Alexander, Thomas Willis Haywood, 

2831 Exeter Circle, Raleigh 27608 282, 

Alexander. Suzanne Dorothy. 

210 Edgedale Dr.. High Point 27262 

Alkire. Kennie Maureen. 

1121 Westchester Blvd.. Charlotte 28205 

Allen. Billie Jean. Box 62. Hot Springs. Va. 24445 

Allen. George M.. 100 Duke Dr.. Farmville 27828 89, 

Allen. Sherry Elizabeth. 

2032 Emerywood Dr.. Charlotte 28210 43, 

Ameen, William Otis. Jr.. Rt. 1. Box 537, Jamestown 27282 

Anderson, Carlton Dwayne, Rt. 2. Middlesex 27557 

Anderson. David Scott. 308 East Guilford St., Thomasville 27360.. 
Anderson. Robert Henry. Ill, 

1850 Edwards Rd.. Ocala, Fla. 32760 115, 164, 

Anderson, Runo Carl, Jr.. 

802 S. Spring Ave.. LaGrange, III. 60525 15, 195, 

Anderson, Sherman, Box I59-B, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 93 

Anderson. Snellen. 386 Tidewater Circle, East, Jacksonville, Fla.. 
Anderson. Thomas Benjamin, Rt. 2. Tarboro 27886.162. 163. 
Andrew, William Michael. 

Rt. 2, Box 520, McLeansville 84, 87, 156, 

Andrews, Mary Jacqueline, 

215 Grove Circle, Brevard 28712 110, 

Andrews, Michael Wayne, RED 1. Timberlake 

Andrews. William Hill. Rt. 2, Box 348, Wallace 28466 

Andrus, Martha Willois, 

976 Vernon Ave.. Winston-Salem 27106 149, 172, 173, 

Angel, Glenda Shaffer, Rt. 2, Madison 27025 

Apple, Carolyn Virginia 

109 Parkside Dr.. Princeton, N. J. 08540 173, 

Aquino, Thomas Malone, 

101 Charles Ave., Canastola, N. Y. 13032 

Armstrong. Robert Howard. Jr.. 

710 Propslon St., Concord 28025 170, 

Arney, Jonathan Shuford, 214 West Park Dr., Morganton..86, 
Arnold, Susan Palmer, 

9515 Milstead Dr.. Bethesda, Md. 20034 86. 114. 

Aronhime. Kenneth Emanuel, 

1200 Julius St., Winston-Salem 27106 

Arrington, Charles Edward, Jr.. 1127 Miller St., Winston-Salem... 
Arrington. James Ernest. 1729 Lynne Ave., Rocky Mount. 158, 
Arrowood. James Harry, Jr.. 

418 Caldwell Dr., S.E., Concord 28025 160, 195, 

Arsenault, Harry Albert, 

48 Crane Rd., N., Stamford, Conn. 06902 113, 

Asch, David, 3202 White St.. Falls Church, Va. 22044 160, 

Ashburn, James Pressley, 

536 Lakeside Dr., Statesville 28677 280, 



Ashburn, Thomas Norvell, Jr., 
248 1508 Spalding Rd., Savannah, Ga. 31406 234 

Ashcraft. David Bee, 

268 1208 Village Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va 170, 218, 231, 258 

248 Ashmore. Randon Ludlow. 

1416 N. Camden Circle, Savannah, Ga. 31406 268 

258 Ashton. Rudolph Alexander, 

268 8211 Shelley Rd.. Richmond, Va 168, 248 

Aslles. Robert Wvnn. 1101 Park Dr., Park Hills, Covington, Ky...268 
288 Atkins, Robert Garland, Jr., 
268 483 W. Mam St.. Danville, Va. 24251 128, 154, 248 

Atkinson, Edward Wilkes, Jr., 5608 Murray Hill Rd.. Charlotte.... 195 
248 Austermuhl. Carol Linda, 
268 127 W. Oak Ave., Moorestown. N. J. 08057 258 

Austin. Betty Lou. 627 S. 29th Rd., Arlington, Va. 22202.. 110, 248 
234 Austin, Pamela Joyce. 2515 Chanute Trail. Orlando, Fla 234 

Aycock, Benjamin Thompson. Jr., 122 South St., Wake Forest 268 

248 Aycock, Nancy Rae, P. O. Box 53. Fremont 234 

Ayers, William Russell, Box 628, Robersonville 27871 234 

284 

258 Bachouchin, William Waller, 418 Sheridan St.. Johnstown. Pa 268 

268 Badenoch, William Bryan, III, 5402 Matoaka Rd.. Richmond, Va...268 

Bahnsen, Stanley Thomas, 204 Denvale Dr., Danville, III 281 

282 Baker, Carol Carson, 18 Woodside Rd., Cedar Grove, N. J 208 

Baker. Carlton Lee, 
288 6849 Hyde Grove Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 195 

Baker. Daniel Dallas, 9 Villa Dr., Nanuet, N. Y 268 

258 Baker. Frank Snow. Rt. 8, Box 337, Raleigh 27609 163 

Baker. John Colson. Jr., 

148 33 Catherine Court, Cedar Grove, N. J 164, 248 

258 Baker, Jerry Herbert, 901 E. Nance St.. Kannapolis 28081 248 

234 Baker. John Michael, 2808 Maple Lane, Fairfax, Va. 27030 268 

248 Baker. Thomas Yates. III. 3039 Churchill Rd.. Raleigh 158, 234 

Balafas, Helen Gus, 2550 Bitting Rd., Winston-Salem 27104 268 

258 Baldwin, Diane Secor, 1204 Taney Ave.. 

Salisbury. Md 45, 97, 102, 107. 142, 180, 248, 253 

287 Baldwin, Jack Rankin. Jr.. 106 W. Vandalia Rd., Greensboro 268 

Baldwin, Reuben Lynwood, 3303 Avon Rd., Durham.. 162, 163, 234 
268 Barber, Elizabeth Diane, 

4167 Memorial Dr., Decatur, Ga. 30032 178, 234 

258 Barden. John Frederick, 934 Tarboro St., Rocky Mount 27801 268 

258 Barker, Edlow Garret, 

268 1434 Blvd. Ave.. Huntington, W. Va 87, 192, 234 

Barlow, Susan. 304 Crow Ct.. Jacksonville 28540 88, 94, 234 

268 Barnes, Clarence Spurgeon, II, Rt. 3. Wake Forest 268 

258 Barnes, Jane, 3815 Winding Way Rd.. Roanoke, Va. 24015 268 

248 Barnes. Kenneth Earl. Box 508, Rt. 1, Cary 27511 121, 234 

258 Barnes. Patrick Douglas. 23 Arlene Dr., W. Long Branch, N. J 268 

Barr. John Sykes, 
248 302 Linden Dr.. Danville, Va. 24541 85, 109, 234, 268 

Barrett, David Donald, 2318 N.W. 35 St.. Miami, Fla. 33142 268 

248 Barrick. Linda Kay. 9214 Villa Dr., Bethesda, Md. 20034.. 176, 248 

97 Barrows. Conrad Alan, 

268 271 Bermuda Dr.. Greenville, Miss. 38701 170, 234 

234 Barsotti. Stephen Louis, 

209 Belladonna Dr.. Glenshaw, Pa. 15116 268 

234 Bartlett. H. Dwight, 

3806 Yanceyville Rd., Greensboro 27405 129, 248 

268 Bashore, J. Thomas. 811 S. I6th St., Lebanon, Pa. 17042.. ..280, 286 

234 Batac, Anne-Marie Juliette, 

258 12 Avenue du 18 R.I.. 64. Pau, France 234 

Baucom, Phillip Louie, 

258 in Crestside Dr., S.E., Concord 28025 - 160, 258 

248 Baxley, Daniel William, Rt. 3, Box 128, Rockingham 28379 268 

Baxter, Gregory Stephen, 
258 320 Hollywood Ave., Long Branch, N. J. 07740 258 

Beal. Beverly Tate. 238 Tremont Park. Lenoir 28645 248 

268 Beale, Waller Henry, Box 35, Potecasi 88, 97, 98, 125, 234 

Beamon, Kenneth Dwain, Rt. 7, Box 404, Goldsboro 27530 268 

248 Bean, David Charles, 

248 48 Longview Dr., Springfield, Pa. 19064 168, 234 

Bean. Rhonda Duke, 1031 6th Ave., N.W., Hickory 28601 248 

248 Beard, Lawrence Myers, Rt. 1, Box 161, Appomattox, Va. 24522. .288 

Beatty. Elizabeth Caldwell, 

89 Old Stanley Rd., Box 315, Rt. 1, Mt. Holly 268 

^4o Beavers, Christine Diane, Rt. 8, Shattalon Dr., Winston-Salem... 268 

to. Beavers. Paul Edwin. Rt. 3, Apex 27502 - 234 

'^' Beavers, Philip James, 2701 Windsor Rd., Winston-Salem 268 

Beavers, Richard Allen, 1104 Hobbs Rd., Greensboro. .148, 168, 234 
-'*^ Beck, Charles Lindsay, 602 N. Rotary Dr., High Point 27260 258 

Beck, Elizabeth Ann, 202 Salem St., Lexington 27292 258 

258 Beck, Franklin Andrew, 2406 Sherwood St., Greensboro 27403. .268 

258 Beck. Richard Carl. 

715 58th St.. N.W., Bradenlon, Fla. 33505 154, 234 

286 Beck, Richard Carlie, Rt. 6, Lexington 258 



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Beck, Susan Kay, 2245 Woodland Ave., Burlington 27217 
Beeson, Claudette Frances, 

806 Arbordale Dr., High Point 27260 182, 

Belchee. John William, 

1014 Longview, Bluefield, W. Va. 24701 148, 166, 

Belk, Mary Emily, 1513 Greenfield Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. 37664, 

Bell,' Julian Mark, 203 Harvard St., Monroe 28110 

Bell, Nancy Lynn, P. O. Box 45, Hamptonville 44, 182, 

Belnap, David Dean, c/o Lt. Glen D. Belnap, 

Student Det., U.S.A.W.C, Carlisle Barracks, Pa 

Below, Edwin G., 

Qtrs. "D" USNTC, Bainbridge, Md. 21905 Ill, 

Benesch, Howard Israel, 

3737 Clarks Lane, Baltimore, Md. 21215 

Bennett, Carol Susanne, 3423 Hycliffe, Louisville, Ky. 40207. .95, 
Bennett, J. David, 

136 W. Market St., West Chester, Pa. 19380 166, 

Benton, Lynda Keith. 300 Monticello Dr., Wilson 27105 

Benz, Carolyn Elizabeth, 

2804 McKinley Place, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20015.. 176, 
Bergen, M. Hanna, 

747 N. Halstead St., Allentown, Pa. 18103 114, 

Bergey, Richard Marlin, 

2201 3rd St., Coleston, Norristown, Pa. 19401 

Bergman, Lois Ann, 

3716 Forest Grove Dr., Annandale, Va. 22003 

Bernhardt, Alan Thomas, 336 Lake Ave., Pitman, N. J. 08071 

Berry, Thomas Frederick, 

169 Pine St., Emmaus, Pa. 18049 164, 

Berschied, John Robert, Jr., 

Tranquil Crts. 4, Rt. 1, Winston-Salem 

Bertram, Diana Elizabeth, 

507 Central Ter., Hopewell, Va. 23860 178, 

Bertram, Mickey Leroy, 310 Broad St., Box 462, Beaufort 

Bertrand, William Thomas, Box 709, Pinehurst 

Berwind, John C, 71 Jarvis PI., Lynbrook, N. J 

Beshears, Patricia Anne, Box 46, Boone 28607 110, 

Beshears, Ralph Lane, Jr., 

P. O. Box 46, Boone 28607 110, 160, 

Best, Deborah Lou, 45-32 Avenue N.W., Hickory 28601 

Best, James Ernest, Jr., 532 Idlewild Ave., Greensborcl 11, 
Beltis, Harold Lee, Jr., 

108 Elgin PI., Greensboro 87, 164, 165, 

Beuttel, Stephen Charles, 

909 Broad St., Pleasantville, N. J. 08232 .....86, 166, 

Biierngaum, Charles Knox, 

38 Chestnut Dr., Woodstown, N. J. 08098 86, 113, 125, 

Biesecker, Joe Earl, Rt. 2, Clemmons 27012 282, 

Bigelow, Thomas Frederick, Jr., 

2134 Englewood Dr., East Grand Rapids, Mich 158, 

Biggerstaff, Lila Jane, Box 386, Rt. 2, Shelby 28150 88, 

Biles, Lindsey Scott, 

78 Kendall Dr., Newport News, Va. 23601 173, 

Bingham, Evelyn Anne, 

Long St., Lexington 27292 102, 175, 257, 

Bingham, Robert Lawrence, 

29 E. Essex Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. 19050 

Bishop, James Wallace, 

3513 Georgetown Rd., Roanoke, Va. 24018 166, 

Bishop, Susan Ann, 727 Runnymede Rd., Raleigh 27607.. 176, 
Bivens, Jennifer Louise, 

383 Virginia Ave.. Welch, W. Va. 24801 148, 176, 

Bivens, Luther Brown, 

111 Tuxedo Ter., N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30305 158, 

Black, Marcia Lynn, 

3210 South Glebe Rd., Arlington, Va. 22202.. 107, 142, 182, 
Blackburn, Charles Fred, 

105 Plymouth Dr., N., Glen Head, N. Y 

Blackburn, Gilmer Warren, 

33 Wake Forest Tr. Ct., Winston-Salem 

Blackwelder, James Monroe, 

P. O. Box 36, Winnsboro, S. C. 29180 

Blackwood, Stephen Alexander, 

609 Kemp Rd., W., Greensboro 27410 164, 

Blanchard, Ronald Gay, Box 128, Salemburg 28385 

Blanding, David W 

Blank, Roy Crary, 

12901 Pennsylvania Ave., Upper Malboro, Md 86, 154, 

Blanton, Robert Wright, 

411 LaFayette St., Clinton 164, 

Blasiole, Michael, 3427 Winsor Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va 

Bley, William Frank, Jr., 10314 Monroe Ct., Fairfax, Va...l28, 

Blinn, Robert Paul, Rt. 1, Box 209-B, Pennington, N. J 

Bloxam. Percy George, 30 Granville Dr., Greenville 170, 

Blythe, Joseph Edmund, 

3038 Clarendon Dr., Richmond, Va 154, 

Bobo, Donald Haywood, 510 E. Kivett St., Asheboro 

Boff, Douglas Raymond, 128 Antietam Rd., Cherry Hill, N. J 



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Bogaty, Raymond Harry, 

5623 Saltsburg Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15235 268 

Boger, Jennie Lynn, Rt. 4, Concord 129, 258 

Boileau, Winfield Allen, 28 Somers Ave., Linwood, N. J 90, 97 

Boldt, Bert Bovard, 

118 Northeast 16th Ct., Delray Beach, Fla. 33444. .89, 110, 235 

Boleman, Guy Russell, 111, 1512 Edith St., Burlington 27215 268 

Bondurant, John Benthal, 

1447 Putty Hill Rd., Towson, Md. 21204 164, 258 

Bondy, Peter J,, Box 143, Guayaquil, Ecudaor 168, 235 

Bone, Frank Cutchin, Jr., 1107 Seville PL, Orlando, Fla. 32804. .268 
Boone, Edward Everett, 

Box 177, Robersonville 27871 86, 92, 158, 235 

Boone, Thomas Edgar, 505 Clyde Ave., Wilson 268 

Boss, Charles Ben, 

747 4th St. Dr., N.W., Hickory 28601. .86, 110, 111, 139, 248 
Bost, Nancy Carol, 

649 5th St., N.W., Hickory 28601 43, 182, 258, 286 

Bostic, Henry Hawes, Jr., 

P. O. Box 575, Elizabethtown 28337 17, 94, 95, 126, 158, 248 

Bost. John F., Ill, 327 Rectory St., Lenoir 280 

Bouldin, Ellen Wnghl, Rt. 2, Box 296, Ridgeway, Va. 24148....111 
Boutilier, Warren Foster, 

1803 Rosemont St., Salisbury 28144 160, 248 

Bowdish, David Lawe, 

Mendham Rd., Bernardsville, N. J. 07924 164, 248 

Bowen, Carol Ann, 

203 W. Greenway, N., Greensboro 27403 129, 180, 258 

Bowen, James Mashburn, 337 Johnson Dr., Wilmington. ...280, 287 
Bowers, Thomas Egerton, Jr., 

2101 Price's Lane, Alexandria, Va. 22308 258 

Bowker, Janet Elaine, 

7613 Quintana Ct. Bethesda, Md. 20034 92, 107, 258 

Bowles, Mary Suzanne, 122 Kathland Ave., Thomasville 235 

Bowlin, Dennis Grant, 210 N. Main, Box 195, Dobson 27017 268 

Bowman, Sharon Lee, P. O. Box 264, Hickory 28601 113 

Bowman, Thomas Harry, Rt. 3, Box 339-J, Charlotte 28210 268 

Boyle, Blake, 1825 N.W. 4th Ave., Box 2615, Delray, Fla 235 

Boyles, Laurel O., 3610 Kingston Rd., Winston-Salem 282 

Boyles, Thomas Jackson 

1573 Cloverdale Ave., Winston-Salem 27104 89 

Boyter, Danny Lee, 933 Fugate Ave., Charlotte 28205 288 

Brawshaw, David llee. III, 

245 Lexington Ave., N. Providence, R. I. 02904 166, 258 

Bragg, Rebecca Pierce, P. O. Box 652, Warrenton, Va. 22180 269 

Brame, John Milan, Roosevelt Rd., Walnut Cove 27052 248 

Brandt, Sherry Ann, 1332 Highland Ave., Blacksburg, Va. 24060..258 

Branham, John Ruffin, Jr., 3110 Ashel St.. Raleigh 258 

Brann, Sandra Cheryl, Rt. 8, Shattalon Dr., Winston-Salem. 88, 235 

Braswell, Lmda Jean, Rt. 1. Box 165, Monroe 28110 258 

Bratcher, Meredith Lynn, Box 762, Satauket, N. Y. 11 785. ..97, 235 
Brazil, Barbara Jane, 

9820 Newhall Rd., Potomac, Md. 20854.. ..31, 92, 107, 175, 258 

Breedlove, Paul Davis, 108 Eishel Rd., Winston-Salem 235 

Brelow, Barry Leonard, 

48 Seymour Ave., Woodbridge, N. J. 07095 269 

Brenner, Robert Milton, 

617 S.W. 10th St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33315 195 

Breuer, Noel Bradford, 

708 Linwood Dr., Springfield, Mo 164, 248 

Brewer, Coy Estres, 2606 Morganton Rd., Fayetteville 148 

Brewer, William Donald, Jr., 

3047 Arundel Dr., Charlotte 27209. 128, 269 

Bridges. Douglas Arie, P. O. Box 61, Casar 28020 89 

Bridges, Roger Dale, 

Midway Apt. 9, Rt. 9, Winston-Salem 27107 235 

Brinson, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., 

P. O. Box 34, Kenansville 28349 128, 269 

Bristow, Frank Walter, 

28 Foxridge Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. 06017 248 

Bris-Bois, Douglas Robbins, 428 Lawndale Dr., Winston-Salem... .258 

Britt, Don E.. 2861 Wesleyan Ln., Winston-Salem 27106 158, 248 

Britt, Henry Michael, 2861 Wesleyan Ln., Winston-Salem 269 

Brittingham, Ellen M., 210 Dogwood Ln., Hamlet 235 

Britton, Audrey Nancy, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 269 

Broadhead, Sandra Renee, 

1134 W. End Blvd., Winston-Salem 129, 258 

Brock, Barbara Lynn, 

2711 Plyers Mill Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 20902 110, 269 

Brock, Larry Lee, Rt. 4, Box 175, N. Wilkesboro 28659.. ..88, 235 

Brockett, Ellen Sue, 1629 Miller Ave., Murray, Ky. 42071 269 

Brogden, Martha Sue, Rt. 3, Box 240, Marshall 258 

Brookbank, Martha Jo, Rt. 2, Caraway Ln., Winston-Salem 27 103. .269 
Brooks, Danny Galen, Monroe Rd., Vero Beach, Fla. 32960.. 153, 248 
Brooks. George Evans, 

1252 Cherokee Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40204 269 

Brooks, Stephen Philip, 6 Barry Ave., Annapolis, Md. 21403 269 

Brookshire, Homer E., Box 72, N. Wilkesboro 164, 195, 248 



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Brookshire, John Carl. 201 Arbutus Ln.. Hendersonville 28739.. .248 

Brookshire, Richard Gwyn. 115 Powell Circle, Lenoir 28645 269 

Broome, James Michael, 501 Armstrong Park Rd., Gastonia 269 

Brown, Charlotte Ann, 2502 W. Henry Ave., Tampa, Fla 93 

Brown, Eva Karen, 633 Grandview Dr., Concord 28025.173, 258 

Brown, Grayson H., 3127 N.W. Place, Gainesville, Fla 269 

Brown, Patricia Sue, 1222 Miller St., Winston-Salem 27103 110 

Brown, Reginald Allen, 57 Meeker Ave., Allendale, N. J. 07401. .258 

Brown, Ralph Bradbury, 913 Englewood Dr., Winston-Salem 89 

Brown, Timothy Carter, 

2838 East Weyburn Rd., Richmond, Va. 23235 96, 259 

Brown, Thomas Hilton. 270 Loch Dr., Winston-Salem 22 102. .280, 284 

Brown, Victoria Lynne, 357 Euclid Ave., Statesville 28677 235 

Brown, William Sears, 306 W. High St., Murfreesboro 278655.... 195 
Browning, John Marion, 

7000 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, Va. 22213 269 

Broyles, Jean Dianne Fields (Mrs.), 

1408 West 4th St., Winston-Salem 235 

Bruce, John MacMillan, 

1422 Emory Rd.. Green Acres, Wilmington, Del. 19803. .168, 259 

Brumley, Sherman Ray, 592 Dogwood Rd., Statesville 28677 284 

Brundige, Janice Ian, 116 Penny Rd., High Point 269 

Bruton, Charles Wilson, Jr., 460 Triumph St., Troy, N. Y. 27371. .248 

Bruton, Vinton Carr, IM, Box 237, Mt. Gilead 27306 259 

Bryan. Richard Josey. 1000 Edgewood Circle, Greenville 248 

Bryant, William Thomas, 

112 Merritt Dr.. Oradell. N. J. 07649 113. 248 

Buchanan, Anne Ballentine, 407 Lewis St., Greenville 27834.. 129, 235 
Buchanan. Barbara Ann. 8810 Three Chopt Rd.. Richmond, Va...259 
Buchanan. Sandra Carol. 

4217 Holmes St.. N.E.. Roanoke. Va. 24012 269 

Buck. Darrell Ray, 141 Constant St., Manchester, N. H. 03103. .195 
Buckhalt. Kenny Shepherd. Jr.. 

1401 Harvard Rd.. N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30306 160, 248 

Buckley, Douglas Pratt, 

33 Rillenhouse Blvd.. Norristown. Pa. 19401 269 

Buckner. Ned Arnold. Box 474. Stanley 235 

Buczek, John Henry. 

1490 Woodacrcs Dr.. Mountainside. N. J 156. 217. 228, 235 

Bugbee, Jesse Albert, 8 Kensington Ave., Trenton, N. J. 08618. .269 

Buie, Glenda Margaret, 1224 Park Ave., Salisbury 175, 259 

Bulkowski, Robert, 

R.D. 2, Box 162, Hwy. 33 and 34. Farmingdale, N. J 269 

Bulson, Ronnie Jean, 7804 Rebel Dr., Annandale, Va. 22003 248 

Bumpass, Thomas Merritt, Jr., 

Rt. 4. Box 339. Roxboro 180. 284, 287 

Burch, Beverly Anne, 522 E. Wesley Rd., Atlanta, Ga. 30305 235 

Burch, Larry Maurice, Box 535, Franklin 28734 125. 248 

Burch, Warner Miller, Jr., P. O. Box 113, Grifton 28503 235 

Burchette, Mary Kathryn, Box 518, Cooleemee 27014 235 

Burgess, Oliver Taylor, Jr., 6435 Newport Ave., Norfolk, Va 235 

Burgin, Mary Otis, 415 Branner Ave., Waynesville 28786 288 

Burks, Barney Lynchfield, 

426 Burkewood Dr., Winston-Salem 27104 286 

Burnett, Linda Dianne, 7300 Sardis Rd., Charlotte 28211 269 

Burns, Crystal Laurie, 2622 Raymond Ave., Augusta, Ga. 30904..269 
Burns. Stephen Merritt, 

6229 Barcliff Dr., Charlotte 85, 89, 235 

Burns, Stephen Richard. 

4407 Glen Eden Rd.. Kingsport. Tenn. 37662 164. 232. 259 

Burns. Thomas Jordan, Jr.. 

1139 Martin St.. Winston-Salem 27105 110.235 

Burrell. Betsy Deane. 

322 Western Blvd.. Lexington 27292 149. 180. 259 

Burt. Betty Ann. P. O. Box 116. Carthage 28327 269 

Burtin. David Lee. 

2461 Hyde Manor Dr.. N.W.. Atlanta. Ga, 30327 89, 259 

Bush, Kenneth Oakley, 

900 Oleander Dr., S.E., Winter Haven, Fla. 33880 269 

Butler, James Irvin, Rt. 2, Reidsville 27320 259 

Butler, James Timothy, 825 N. Jefferson St., Arlington, Va. 22205. .269 
Butt, Lester, M.C.. 

6308 Anneliese Dr., Falls Church. Va. 22044 160. 248 

Butts. James Alfred, ML 302 Franklin St., South Hill, Va. 23970 .259 

Buyrn, William Eugene, Norfolk. Va 280, 286 

Byerly, Steven E.. 715 Gatewood Ave., High Point 269 

Byrd, James Palmer, 

908 Westridge Rd., Greensboro 27410 148. 158, 249 

Byrd, James Pharr, 600 Carbonton Rd., Box 522, Sanford..l64, 249 

Byrd, Thomas Edward, 354 Anita Dr., Winston-Salem 269 

Byrum, Daniel Stelle, 1328 Brooks Ave., Raleigh 27607.. 162, 259 

Cain, Laurence Sutherland, 

1424 Mayflower Dr., McLean, Va. 22101 87. 249 

Caldwell. David Stewart. 116 N. Race St., Statesville 28677.86, 235 
Cale, Beverly Steele, 75 Palisades Rd.. Atlanta, Ga, 30309. .178, 249 
Cale, Paul Harrell, Jr., 

St. George Ave., Crozet, Va 89, 102, 267, 269 



Callahan, Lynn Thomas, IH, 4412 Great Oak Rd., Rockville, Md...235 

Callahan, Robert Wesley, 806 N. Lafayette, Shelby 58150 269 

Callaway, Baxter Moore, 236-A Kinsey Ct., Atlanta. Ga. 30305. .259 
Callaway. C. Lee, 2028 Stadium Dr., Winston-Salem 27107. .121, 269 
Calloway, Martin Jones, Jr., 

2345 Country Club Ln., N.W., Atlanta, Ga 110, 249 

Calvert, Rueben DeFoix, Jr., 

1746 Old Charlotte Rd., Spartanburg, S. C. 29301. .148, 154, 249 
Campbell. Catherine Hanna. 

Hacklebarney St. Park Rd.. R.F.D. 1. Chester, N. J 235 

Campbell. Daniel Stancil, Rt. 1, Box 324. Rockingham 28379 259 

Campbell. Robert Earl. S. Main St.. Bigerville, Pa 280, 286 

Campbell. Vicki Windle. 

718 Jefferson St.. Martinsville, Va. 24112 .102, 175, 247, 252, 253 

Canady, Paul Glenn, 3 Hillcrest Dr., Lexington 27292 88, 235 

Cannada, Marsha Allita, 2710 Shenandoah, Durham 27704 235 

Cannon, Frank Daniel, Jr., 

P. O. Box 161. Seaford. Del. 19973 166. 269 

Cannon, John Douglas, 1808 Woodcrest Circle, Rock Hill, S. C...235 
Capps, Danny James, 

1206 Springwood Cir., Winston-Salem 27107 249 

Cardwell, Vernon Ellison, 

1807 Grandin Rd., S.W., Roanoke, Va. 24015 86, 284. 286 

Carlton, James Delaney, P. O. Box 442, Salisbury 269 

Carnes, Mary Patricia, 

4290 N.W. 3 St. Miami. Fla. 33126 110, 175, 249 

Carr, Michael Paul, 

3127 Cambridge Rd., Charlotte 28328 284, 286 

Carriker, John Elam, Rt. 1, Kittrell 129, 235 

Carter, Elizabeth Harding, 841 Fenimore St., Winston-Salem 235 

Carter, Georue Emmilt, Jr., 710 Rush Rd., Fayetteville....ll3, 249 

Carter, Linda Sue, Rt. 3. Box 638. Madison 27025 95, 259 

Carter, Ned Ingram, 513 Kildee Dr., Lexington 27292 259 

Carter, Ronald Vernon, 520 West Twelfth St., Newton 28658 269 

Carver, James Lee, 1000 N. Duke St., Apt. 22. Durham 259 

Cascioli. Edna Louise, R.F.D. 2, Grifton 269 

Case, Rita Ellen, 410 2nd Avenue, East, Hendersonville 28739 259 

Caskey, Charles Clinton, 

131 Cedar St.. Mooresville 28115 88. 110. 249 

Caskey. Robert Alexander. 

Qtrs. 92-C. Maxwell AFB. Montgomery. Ala. 36112 269 

Casto. K. Lyn, 2408 Dellwood Dr.. Greensboro 27408 249 

Caton. Laure Elizabeth, 

1524 Peppendge Rd,, Ashehoro 27203 172, 173, 259 

Causby, Joe Tommy, Jr., 1424 Ciipri Rd., Winston-Salem 259 

Cavmess, Ronnie Alfred, 1545 Sunset Ave., Asheboro 27203 259 

Champion, Elizabeth Anne, 1125 W. 7th Ave., Gastonia 28052. .259 

Chapman. Clyde David. 216 5th St., Spencer 259 

Chapman. James Day, 

276 Kenilworth Rd., Asheville 28803 110, 269 

Chapman, William Fred, 210 S. Main St., Kannapolis 28081 259 

Chcatwood, Philip Hovt, 

102 Briarwood Rd., Lancaster, S. C. 29270 158, 195, 249 

Cheek, Terrina Gayle, Box 114, Dublin, Ga. 31021. .110, 176, 249 
Chen, Karen Shen-Jen, 147 San-ming Rd., 

Sec. 2, Taichung, Taiwan, Rep. of China 129, 288 

Cherry, Frank Douglas, 2109 Belcrest Dr., Greensboro 27406 280 

Chestnut, Alfred Page, 110 Holly Ln,, Morehead City 28557 249 

Cheves, Elizabeth Anne, 

1358 Farragut Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. 37664 .88. 97, 236 

Cheves, Keywood Carnell, Jr., Box 86, Littleton 27850 288 

Cheyney, Curtis Paul, 111, 

40 Decatur B, Havcrtown, Pa 281, 282, 287 

Childers, Kelly S,, Rt. 1, Cherryville 269 

Chitty, Thomas Durant, Jr., 

300 W. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 259 

Chostner, Jerry L., 717 Kemp Rd., West, Greensboro... 129, 164, 259 
Christensen, John Wade, 

70 Braeburn Dr., New Canaan, Conn. 06840 236 

Christian, Ralph Jerry, Rt. 1, Box 164. Mount Airy 27030 288 

Christie. Nancy Jean. 

1900 Robin Hood Rd.. Winston-Salem 27104 249 

Clack, James Thomas, 124 W. Ridge St.. Rocky Mount.... 158. 195 
Clark. Alan L.. 321 Morrison Ave., Raleigh 27608.. 148, 162, 236 

Clark, Dallas Clinton, Jr., 620 Maple St.. Greenville 282. 287 

Clark. Eric Steven. Rt. 1, Box 66, Linwood 27299 249 

Clark, Inell Nelson. 5th St.. Rt. 1, Mebane 110 

Clark, John Carrol, Jr., 305 E. Park Dr.. Fayetteville 249 

Clark. Thomas Henry. 34 Pleasant PL, Deal, N. J. 02223.. 154, 249 

Clark, William Earl, 909 Highland Ave., New Bern 28560 259 

Clarke, Robert Neil, 203 Julrich Dr., McMurray, Pa. 15317 269 

Clarke, Richard Terry, 

2404 Kirby Rd., Germantown, Tenn. 38038 158, 259 

Clarke, William Lowe, III, 551 3rd St., N.E., Hickory 2860I....249 

Clendenin, Thurman Barrier, Jr., 1 104 Wood St., Statesville 236 

Cline, Tcrri Kathryn, 1619 N. Jackson St., Salisbury 28144.. 175, 259 
Clingensmith, Charles A., 

16 Madison Rd.. Gastonbury, Conn. 06033 249 



Cober. Scott Louis. 

West Pine St. Ext., Georgetown, Del. 19947 127, 249 

Coble. Paul Mitchell, 327 Courtland Terrace. Burlington 27215 93 

Coble, William Lee. 

s:0 Central Ave.. Burlington 27215 86, 148, 162. 249 

Cochrane, .-Meta Lynn, Box 527, Elkin 28621 178, 259 

Coffield. Henry Irwin, 

1208 N. Rotary Dr.. High Point 115, 148 

Cole. Tommy Trent. 214 Gray St.. Danville, Va 87 

Collins, Gary Turner. Box 284. Grover 236 

Collins. John Arthur. Ill, 1700 E. 5th St., Greenville 110 

Collins, Jeffrey Lawrence, 

6141 12th St., N., Arlington, Va. 22205 110. 269 

Collins, Thomas Robert 

1516 N. Westmoreland Dr., Orlando, Fla. 32084 236 

Colvard, Howard Charles. Jr.. Box 247, Wilkesboro 88, 249 

Combs, Gene Norman, Jr., 

N. NLivo Trail, Pineville, Ky. 41501 160. 249 

Comer. Stephen Wray, Rt. 1, Boonville 27011 269 

Comer. William Gray, 

1724 Brookwood Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 259 

Cone. William Robert. 2830 Ashwood Dr., Winston-Salem 249 

Conger. Karen DuPre, 

3708 Washington .'\ve., Charleston, W. Va. 25304 269 

Cook. David Carroll. 

Old Barn .^pts.. Apt. 5, Powers Rd., Winston-Salem 236 

Cooke. 1 arry Douglas. Main St., Aulander 236 

Cooke. William Frederick, 

212 Milford Hills Rd., Salisbury 28144 269 

Cooper, Charles Bradford, 45 Huston Dr., Fairborn, Ohio 45324. .170 
Cooper, Daniel K., 829 Forest Dr., Hagerstown, Md. 21740.. 166, 249 
Cooper, Edward B.. Jr., 

200 Evans Mill Rd., Pageland. S. C. 29728 259 

Cooper. Frederick Lamback, 111, 

209 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 101, 164, 249 

Cooper. John Watson. 

415 Montrose Dr., S. Charleston, W. Va. 25303 236 

Coore, William Ernest, Box 584, Thomasville 249 

Corbett. Albert Anderson, Jr., Box 114, Wilson's Mills 284 

Corle, Wesler Duane, Box 3, Clemmons 282 

Corns, Steven Roger, 4016 May St., Winston-Salem 27105 259 

Cornwell. Mary Kay, Rt. I. Shelby 28150 269 

Corrie. Leila Byrd. Rt. 1, Florence. S. C. 20951 269 

Corriher, Brenda Kay, Rt. 1, China Grove 28023 236 

Corso, Martin Ernest, 5409 Brookland Rd., Alexandria Va. 223 10.. 249 
Corvey. Candance Ruth, 

190 Fox Ledge Rd., Kinnelon, N. J, 07405 93, 269 

Coussens, Wayne Ray, 3501 Chester St., Va. Beach, Va. 23452. .269 
Covington. Charles Grayson. 

Box 969 Erwin Heights, Thomasville 27360 259 

Cowall, Lorraine Marilyn, 

7011 Wilson Ln., Bethesda, Md. 20034.85, 87, 105, 180, 236 
Cowan, Charles Preston, Jr., 

302 Milford Hills Rd.. Salisbury 28144 228 

Cowan. James Donald, Jr., 205 Dennis Dr., Raleigh. .249, 282. 287 
Cox. Channing Howard. Jr.. 

6330 Waterway Dr.. Falls Church. Va. 22044 170. 236 

Cox. James Allen. 8 East Bayshore Blvd.. Jacksonville 28540 249 

Cox, Nancy Reeves, 

1735 Brookside Dr., Germantown (Memphis), Tenn. 38038 259 

Cox, Rhonda Gayle, 332 Howard St., Mt. Airy 27030 269 

Crabtree, Scott A.. 1717 Roxboro Rd., Durham 288 

Craddock, Alice Beth, 520 Heater Dr., Cary 269 

Craig, Jimmy Lewis, Rt. 5, Monroe 28110 249 

Cranfill, William Thomas, Jr., 

4536 Oakwood Circle, Winston-Salem 27106 287 

Crawford, Larry Clarke, 

Rt, 1, Box 106, Rutherfordton.. 86, 121, 136, 236 

Crawford, Roger Sharp, 3218 Foxcraft Rd., Charlotte 127, 236 

Creasy, Edith Jane, 5417 Thayer Dr., Raleigh 27609 259 

Creech, Charles Morrison, Jr, 207 Church St., Marshville 236 

Creed, Donald Lamonte, 517 Derby Ct., Gastonia 28052 127 

Creighton, Dale West, 1322 Goodwin Ave., Charlotte 178, 236 

Crinkley, John Paul, Post Oak Dr., 213 Kingsport, Tenn.. .87, 244 

Crissman, Paul Stephen, Rt. 3, Graham 27253 113, 269 

Crockett, Roger .Alan. 27 Garnet St.. Penns Grove. N. J 113, 269 

Cromartie, Ruth Shipp, 401 Park Ave., Clinton 236 

Cromlish, John Suggs, 12 W. Woodrow Ave., Belmont 249 

Cross, James Estes, Jr., 608 Country Club Dr., Burlington.. 93, 269 
Crosswhite, Janice Lynn, 

8713 Hempstead Ave., Bethesda, Md 105, 176, 249 

Crothers. William R., Seaward PI., Charlotte 166, 236 

Crotts, Milton Berl, 

1314 Salisbury Rd., Winston-Salem 280, 287 

Crowe. John Henry. 213 Virginia Ave., Morehead City 288 

Crowell. Charles Carlos, HI, Rt. 2, Lincolnton 249 

Cruickshank, James B., 7 Warren PI., Waldwick, N. J 236 



Crum, Herbert Dixon, Jr., 

4401 Halstead Dr., Charlotte 158, 160, 259 

Crumley, Ben Madison, 81 1 West Maple St., Johnson City, Tenn...249 
Crump. John Campbell. 108 N. Mendenhall St.. Greensboro.. 156, 249 

Grumpier. .Amos Gilmore. Box 128, Fuquay-Varina 236 

Crusan, Alan Boyd, 1300 .Andover Rd., Charlotte 259 

Crutchfield, Linda Karen, 740 Ransom Rd., Winston-Salem 249 

Culbreth, Kenneth L., 112 S. Churchill Dr., Fayetteville..l58, 259 

Cuiler, Roy Braxton, 1223 Westwood, High Point 269 

Cumby, Catherine Ellen, Rt. 2, Clemmons 269 

Cummings, Nancy Paige. 1723 Serena Dr., Jacksonville, Fla 264 

Curd, Richard Alan, R.D. 3, Boonton, N. J 270 

Curl, James William, Jr., 

328 Blue Ridge Ave., Front Royal, Va 93, 270 

Curlee, Kathryn Neal, 6133 Creola Rd., Charlotte 270 

Curran, Michael Sean, Columbia Lake, Columbia, Conn 259 

Currin, Martha Daniel, Box 38, Angler 259 

Currin, Samuel Booth, 3(16 College St., Oxford 170, 249 

Curry, Alan Brian. 36 10 Kennedy Cad., Ankara, Turkey 249 

Cusumano. William. R.D. 1. Hightstown. N. J 270 

Cuthbertson. Carol Ann. 1966 Camberly Dr., Lyndhurst, 249 

Cuzmanes, Paul Thomas, 

281 Central Ave., Jersey City, N. J 166, 236 

Czikowsky, Janice Lee, Box 143, Versailles, Conn 288 

Dahlstrom, Karen A., 2007 Beechwood Dr., Wilmington, Del 236 

Daigneault, Dorothy Jeanne, 

247 Hallman Ave., Oceanside, N. Y 92, 178, 259 

Dailey, Patricia Lynne. 

1605 Barnard's Cove Rd.. Virginia Beach. Va 270 

Dale. Henry Sebron, 200 Finch St., Clinton 236 

Dale, William Earl, R.F.D. 2, Grifton 127, 236 

Dalton, Edward T., 402 Kivett St., Asheboro 110, 236 

Daly, Thomas H., 22 Court St., Cromwell, Conn 270 

Danforth, John Almy, 218 Mountain Rd., N. Wilbraham 270 

Daniel, Loyd Russell, Jr., 173 Young Ave., Henderson.. 128, 236 

Daniel, Stephen Talmadge, Jr.. Rt. 3, Roxboro 87, 287 

Daniels, Kathryn Lynn, Rt. 5. Box 470, Morganton 270 

Darnell, Stephen Porter, 

613 Jefferson Dr., Charlotte 89, 270, 284 

Darnell, Tony Lee, 221 McGinnis Ave., Lincolnton 125 

Dashiell, Charles Robert, Jr., 

815 Riverside Dr., Salisbury, Md 110, 270 

Daughtry, John Cary, 706 Prince St., Laurinburg 249 

David, (Chester Oscar, 

847 Bellview St., Winslon-Salem 113, 125, 249 

David, Wayne Helmuth, 14 Rugby Rd., Merrick, N. Y 259 

Davidson, Gerard Hadley, Jr., 513 Webster PI., Charlotte 287 

Davies, Donald Wayne, 

659 Forest Circle, South Charleston, W. Va 104, 170, 236 

Davis, John Allen, 2821 St. George Rd.. Winston-Salem 158 

Davis. Julie Ann. 

4507 Price Circle Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 37205 175, 259 

Davis, Jerome Irvin, 1310 Richardson Dr., Reidsville 27320 259 

Davis, James Randall, Rt. 2, Box 14, Warrenton 25789.... 1 10, 259 

Davis, Larry Reid, 2308 McLean Ave., Gastonia 28052 249 

Davis, Sarah Margarette, 

105 West Twelfth Ave., Johnson City. Tenn. 37601 110 

Davis, Wade Leon, 

5732 Sunrise Ter., Winston-Salem 27105 144, 280 

Dawkins, Larry Wayne, 213 S. Melville St., Graham 249 

Day. Caldwell Newton, Jr., 

2322 Sink St., Winston-Salem 27107 115, 259 

Day, Ronald J., 3-A W.F.C. Apts., Winston-Salem 27106 259 

Deal, Patricia Dianne, 

6520 Scott Valley Rd., N.W., Atlanta, Ga 178, 249 

Dean, Joseph Wayne, 308 Spring St., Hamlet 284, 286 

DeAngelo, Antonio Moreno, Jr., 

1670 Providence Ave,, Schenectady, N. Y. 12309 270 

Deaton, Lawson, Rt. 3, Box 190-E, High Point 236 

Decker, Richard Paul, 3211 River Oaks Dr., Atlanta, Ga...l95. 249 
Delaney. Barbara Ann. 4727 Cordell Dr., Roanoke, Va. 24018. ...270 
DeLoatch. Mahlon Wingate. Jr.. 

902 Main St., Tarboro 27886 282, 286 

Denning, Robert Wayne, 

875 Briarcliff Ter., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30305 236 

Dennis. Ronald Green. 909 Barbee St.. High Point 162, 236 

Dent. Beverly Jean. 18 Chateau PI.. Asheville 28805 270 

Denton, Graham Williams. Jr., 

511 Queens Rd.. Charlotte 28207 148. 158. 236 

DePauIa. Stephen Joseph, 43 MacLarnon Rd., Salem, N. H. 03079.. 195 
Derringer. Elizabeth Cecelia, 

P. O. Box 66, Stone Ridge, N. Y. 12484 270 

Detty, Gail Margaret, 

905 Confederate Ave., Salisbury 27104 172, 173, 259 

DeVaney, Michael Jay, Rt. 10, Lexington 27292 160, 259 

Diamont, David Hunter, 

Box 161, Dodson Mill Rd., Pilot Mountain 160, 249 

Dickens, Robert Newton, 336 W. Allenton St., Mt. Gilead 27306. .259 



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Dickens, William Frederick, Jr., 735 Anson, Winston-Salem 287 

Dickinson, William Penn, Jr., 

R.F.D. 3, Box 404, Washington 27889 249 

Dill, David Charles, 525 S. Walnut St., West Chester, Pa. 19380.. 31 
Dillard, James Clyde, 1015 Gainey, Flint. Mich. 48503. ...284, 286 

Dillon, Ralph George, 1900 Queen St., A-6 Winston-Salem 288 

Dimmette. Edgar Richard. Jr.. 

1756 Queens Rd., Charlotte .154, 249 

Dinolt, George Waller, 119 Prospect St., Putnam. Conn. 06260. ...275 
Dinsmore, Sharon Bliss, 

3149 Allendale Dr., Kettering. O. 45409 129, 259 

Divoll, Scott, Box 334, Bellows Falls, Vt. 05101 249 

Dixon, James Hudson, 851 S.E. 5th Ave., Pompano Beach, Fla...270 

Dixon, James William, Rt. 2, Warsaw 195 

Dobbins, Julia Elizabeth, P. O. Box 295, Yadkinville 259 

Dobner, Joseph Jacob, 

10200 W. Armitage. Melrose Park. 111. 60164 270 

Dockery. Herb Ray. 703 Elk Spur St.. Elkin 28612 270 

Dodson. Wayne Leslie, Rt. 1, Opal Dr., Rural Hall 270 

Dolan, Daniel Joseph. 

2367 Triston Circle N.E.. Atlanta. Ga. 30329 168, 249 

Donadio, Donald Arthur, 

3109 Kecoughtan Rd., Hampton, Va. 23369 280, 287 

Donaldson, Franklin Pierce. Jr.. 

5300 Alice PI.. Springfield, Va. 22151 113, 125, 259 

Dorman, Nancy Lee, 

3805 Montrose Driveway, Chevy Chase, Md. 20015 176, 259 

Dorr, James Russell, 3716 Penderwood Dr., Fairfax, Va. 22030.. 236 
Dorsett, Walter E.. Jr.. 21 East 3rd St., Waynesboro, Pa. 17268... .249 

Dorsey, Harry Neil. 514 Fourth Ave., Albany, Ga. 31705 259 

Douglas, Robert Stewart, 

2826-A Teakwood Cl., Winston-Salem 27106 288 

Dowd, Sharyn Echols, 

2503 N. Broad. Rome, 
Downard, Jack Douglas, 

108 Beechwood Dr., Spartanburg, S. C. 29302 154, 236 

Doyle, Brooks Sherwin, R.D. 3, Nazareth, Pa. 18064 282, 286 

Driskill, Thomas Malcolm, Jr., 

3339 Selwyn Ave., Charlotte 154, 250 

Drye, Mary McMolIum, 1218 Forest Ave., Monroe 28110 237 

Duck, Rosalind Jeanne. Box 517, Mars Hill 260 

Duckell, Stephen Douglas, 

1208 North Bonner St.. Washington 27889 270 

Dudley, Linda. 1335 Lynbrook Dr., Charlotte 28211 182, 260 

Duncan, Thomas Webb. Haviland Rd.. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 12601 .250 
Dunlap, Katherine Margaret, 

1624 Lakeshore Dr., Hartsville, S. C. 29550 270 

Dunn. Henry Tyler, Jr., 

2327 Jefferson Ave., Winston-Salem 27101 260 

Dunning. Robert George. 

2503 Old Snow Hill Rd.. Kinslon 28501 110 

Durum. Scott Kenneth, 8518 Chapel Dr., Annandale, Va. 22003. .113 
Dutcher. Rodney James. 

2077 Manitou Rd., Spencerport, N. Y. 14559 113 

Dulrow, Mary Seldon. 301 Harbor Dr.. Hampton, Va. 23361 288 

Duval, Robert Clarke, 2804 Oakland Ave., Richmond, Va. 23228. .260 

Eakins, Jan Elizabeth, 

3514 Old Post Rd., Fairfax. Va. 22030 175, 260 

Earle. Stephen Boyd, 33 Bay Dr., East Huntington, N. Y. 11743. .270 
Early. Abram Doyle. Jr., 608 Gatewood Ave., High Point .280, 287 
Early, Miriam Elizabeth, 

2502 Immanuel Rd., Greensboro 27407 12, 180, 260 

Eastin, Virginia Ann, 4010 N. 25th PI., Arlington, Va. 22207....270 

Edgar. Ralph Milton, 409 Paly St., Elizabethton, Tenn 250 

Edgerton, Charles Barry, 

1701 W. 1st St., Apt. 1, Winston-Salem 27104 250 

Edmond, Foy Margienette, Box 617, South Hill, Va. 23970. 182, 260 
Edwards, Curtis Drew, 3101 Third Ave., Richmond, Va. 23222. .288 
Edwards, Danny Michael. 

143 Sherwood Rd., Box 1023, Henderson 270 

Edwards, Joan Proctor, 

102 Jean Circle, Jacksonville 25840 178, 250 

Edwards, Linda Jane, 401 Hearthside Dr., Winston-Salem 27104 260 
Edwards. Matthew Alvin. III. 

5700 Preston Ln.. Charlotte 28211 158, 250 

Edwards, Mary Margaret, 

101 Hearthside Dr., Winston-Salem 27104 

Edwards, Rebecca Yvonne, 1220 Hill St., Rocky Mount 

Edwards. Sandra Lee, 

3529 Lynfield Dr., Atlanta, Ga. 30311 105, 176, 

Edwards, Sue Ella, 2316 N. Elm St., Greensboro 27408 

Edwards, Thomas Arnold, 5700 Preston Ln.. Charlotte 28211 

Eggers. Graydon P., Jr., 500 Tracy Circle, Boone 28607. 1 13, 
Ekvall, Christine Joy, 300 Fairfax Dr., Winston-Salem 27104... 
Elam, Glenna Jean, 3605 Kingston Rd., Winslon-Salem 27106... 
Eliason, William Alexander, 

333 Brandywine Rd., Charlotte 28209 89, 166, 

Elledge, Carl Ray, Rt. 1, Box 333, N. Wilkesboro 28659 



Elledge, Carol Faye, Rt. 1, Box 333, North Wilkesboro 28659.. ..260 
Elledge, John Elbert, 1224 Hinshaw St., North Wilkesboro 28659. .237 

Elledge, Mary Sue, Rt. 1, Box 333, North Wilkesboro 28659 88 

Ellington. Phillip Ward. 549 N. Center St., Hickory 28601 270 

Elliott, Nancy Carolyn, 

30500 Providence Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44124 114, 270 

Elliott. Roger Dennis. 

814 Market St., Rockport, Texas 78382 110, 

Elliott, Ronnie Stephen, Rt. 4. Oxford 

Ellis, John Clyde, Jr.. 510 Godwin Ave.. Lumberton 28358. .89, 

Ellis, Kenneth Robert, Box 156. Fremont 27830 

Ellis, Mary Jean, 3845 Angler Ave., Durham 27703 

Ellis, William David, 115 Hillside Dr., Shelby 28150.. 158, 

Elmore, Linda Ann, 1608 Duhose Dr., Kinston 28501 

Elsie. Alice Mary, 399 Sherwood Rd.. Union, N. J. 07083... 180. 
English, Mary Anita, 819 W. Covington St., Laurinburg 28352... 

Eriksson, Carin M., Eneby, Roala, Sweden 129, 

Erickson, Ken Ralph, Jr., 

329 Mohawk, Park Forest, III 13, 191, 194, 

Em, Robert Anton. 35 Wigwam Rd., Locust, N. J 162, 

Ervin, Bobby J., Rt. 3, Box 665, Salisbury 28144. .118, 121, 
Eskridge, Jo Ann. 1411 Oklahoma Ave.. Burlington 27215.45, 
Eutsler. William Edward. Jr., 

Rt. 1. Box 600, Cheraw, S. C. 29420 158, 

Evans, Ernest Leroy, 410 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 284, 

Everett, Ann Sherbourne, 

2002 E. 4th St., Greenville 27834 97, 176, 

Everett, Clifton White. Jr., Box 621, Bethel 280, 

Everhart, Elizabeth Jane, Rt. 3, Lexington 27292 

Everhart, Koyt Woodworth, Jr., 

Rt. 2, Winston-Salem 27106 281, 284, 

Everhart, Margaret Ann, 

315 E. Clemmonsville Rd., Winston-Salem 27107 

Ewald, Clinton Ray. 206-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem. 

Exum, Jo Cheryl, 421 Westover Ave.. Wilson 27893 88, 

Exum, John Patrick, 114 W. Green St.. Box 35, Snow Hill 

Ezzell, Brewer Moody, Rt. I, Magnolia 28453 

Ezzell, William David, Rt. 1, Box 181, Harrells 284, 

Faircloth, Wilbert Mills, 2835-A Teakwood Ct.. Winston-Salem... 
Faley, Lora Lake, 

2659 Robin Hood Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 102 , 

Fallis, Richard Carter, 

6148 Hill Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 37205. .85, 87, 90, 96, 97, 

Falls, Jackson Lattimore, Jr., Glen Alpine 28628 

Falls. Mary Madeline. 650 Kirby Ave., Box 52. Gastonia 

Farlow, Charlotte Elayne, 

Box 30, R.D. 2, Neshanic Station, N. J. 08853 129, 

Farmer. Carl Nelson, 1127 Fox Ave., Statesville 28677 

Farmer, Wendy Jean, 

1016 Curlew Dr., Virginia Beach, Va. 23451. ...86, 107, 116, 
Farthing, Harriet Gillespie, 

309 E. College Ave.. Box 307. Lenoir 180, 

Fasnacht, Brenda Lee, 

3327 Auburn Ave., Charlotte 28209 30, 175, 

Feeman, Robert Walter, R.D. 2, Annville, Pa 284, 

Felmet, Lucian Holt, 241 Briarcliff Rd., Rocky Mount 

Felts, James Willard, Rt. 3, Box 260, Galax, Va. 24333 

Ferber, Harry Joseph, II, 

1412 N. Mallory St., Hampton, Va. 23363 113, 

Ferezan. Daniel Michael. 

2449 Linden Ave.. Aliquippa, Pa. 15001 87, 166, 195, 

Ferguson, Edwin Hall, 

670 Miramac Dr., P. O. Box 3332, Concord.... 127, 157, 158, 

Fergusson, David Gaertner, 41 York Dr., Hudson, O. 44236 

Ferrell, Robert Lee, Jr., 

1406 Larson St., Greensboro 27407 105, 136, 

Ferrell, Stephanie Elaine, 

801 S.E. 12th Ave., Deerfield Beach, Fla. 33441 

Fields, Charlanne, 

2707 Fariway Dr.. Greensboro 27408 110, 111, 180, 

Findlay, George Wright, 

228 Sea Spray Ave., Palm Beach, Fla 160, 

Findt, William Charles, III, 

312 West Bell St., Statesville 28677 

Finlator, William Wallace, Jr., 434 Yarmouth Rd., Raleigh 88 

Finn, Robert Peel, 

Hidden Point Rd.. R.D. 5. Annapolis, Md. 21401 119 

Fiser, Rob Vernon, Jr., 408 Grimmersburg St., Farmville..l56, 237 
Fisher, Harry Edward, 

Box 249A, R.F.D. I. Basking Ridge, N. J 128, 158, 250 

Fisher, John Guy, 19 Brainerd Dr., Cranbury, N. J. 08512 270 

Fisher. John Walton. 

2529 S. Edgewater Dr., Fayetteville 28303 260 

Fisher, Stuart C. 78 Blvd. de Coteaux. Rueil Malmaison, France. .250 
Fisher, Stuart Gordon, Rt. 2, Pfafftown, Winston-Salem 27 103.. 133 
Filch, Thomas Wayne, 1701 N. Kent St., Arlington, Va. 22207. .157 

Fitzgerald, James Bryan, 1618 Fountain View, Charlotte 157 

Fitzsimmons, Jean Vincent, 3720 Driftwood Dr.. Charlotte.. 170, 250 



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Flagler. Frederick James, 111. 

2016 Gaston St.. Winston-Salem 148, 170. 260 

Fleenor, Sally Nading, 1365 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem 260 

Fleming. Robert Fuller. Rt. 2, Box 319. Henderson ...281, 284. 286 

Fletcher, Jerry Eugene. Box 122, Boonville 250 

Flora, Edith Hazel, 6830 Windsor Mill Rd., Baltimore, Md. 21207. .237 
Flory, Thomas Reherd, 

2025 Colonial PI., Winston-Salem 27104 87, 237 

Floyd, Anderson Gaylc, Jr.. 

302 N. Thompson St.. Whiteville 28472 270 

Floyd. Charles Edward, RFD 3. Chatham, Va. 24531 270 

Flynn, Fletcher Smith, II, 1950 Overhill Rd., Charlotte 237 

Flynn, Frances Laramore, 109 Fenton PI., Danville, Va 133 

Flynn, Harry Weisiger, 281 Carolina Ave., Danville, Va 86, 237 

Flynn, Stephen James, 2943 N. Mam, Danville, Va 105, 158 

Folger, William Augustus, II, 2219 Grecourt, Toledo, Ohio 43615. .250 

Fonville. Jamie Tarpley, Jr., Rl. 5. Burlington 27215 250 

Ford, Douglas Wayne, 

5806 Fitzhigh Ave., Richmond, Va. 23226 93, 228, 270 

Ford, Frances Marilyn, 515 Woodlawn Rd., Charlotte 28209 270 

Ford, Laura Christian, 

1101 Federal St., Lynchburg, Va. 24504 95, 270 

Foster, Dewey William, 1404 Crescent Dr., Elizabeth City 260 

Foster, Howard Davis, 

2315 Michelle Lane, Greensboro 27407 98, 260 

Fountain, John Nicholas, 

1105 Westwood Ave.. High Point - 281, 282, 286 

Foushee, Wayne Hampton, 1422 Broad St., Durham 27701 .281, 287 

Foust, Patricia Lynne, Rt. 2, Box 425, Lexington 27292 260 

Fox, Carolyn Ruth, 

4920 Wakefield Chapel Rd.. Annandale, Va. 27152 270 

Fox, Janet Elizabeth, 628 Roslyn Rd., Winston-Salem 27104 260 

Fox, Linda Louise, Rt. 2, Box 32, Asheboro 27203 86, 260 

Franks, J. Rodney, 50 Carolina Ave., Brevard 28712 250 

Fredeking, Robert Richard. II. 

335 Woodland Dr., Huntington, W. Va. 25701 164, 260 

Freedlund, Lowell Leon, R.R. 1, Box 310, Rockton, III. 61072 195 

Freeman, Beverly Jo, 

902 Colonial Dr., Albemarle 28001 174, 175, 237 

Freeman, Kendell Stocks, Main St., Bolton, Mass 260 

Freeman, Larry Eugene, 602 Memorial Dr., Ahoskie 270 

Freeman. William Halsey, Box 126, Dobson 170, 237 

Frenck, Henry Charles, 808 F St., N. Wilkesboro 284, 286 

Friedman. Jerome Barry. 

111-D Cromwell Pkwy., Norfolk, Va... 282, 286 

Frost, Mary Colby, 

623 Oaklawn Ave.. Winston-Salem 107, 149, 250 

Fruin, Eric W., 10 Kent Dr., Normal, 111 164, 250 

Fulks. Alan King. 44 Maplewood Dr., Athens, Ohio 270 

Fuller, Elaine Teresa, 909 Fairmont Ave., Salisbury 92, 260 

Fuller. Kirk Kennedy, 1302 Walker Dr., Kinston 154, 260 

Fulton, Sheila Ann, 1342 Berwick Rd.. Winston-Salem.. 176, 250 

Fulwiler, Howard C, 1714 Oak Ln., McLean, Va 128 

Funderburk, Jimmy Ray, P. O. Box 417, Monroe 250 

Funk, Peter Haines, 735 Clark St.. Westfield. N. J 270 

Furches. James Michael. 1141-B. E. Polo Rd.. Winston-Salem 260 

Furgurson. Josephine Tucker, Rt. 2, Box 24. Plymouth.-.l 10, 260 

Furniss, Diana Lucille, 315 34th St., Virginia Beach, Va 270 

Furr, Lee Parker, 116 W. Renovah Circle, Wilmington 270 



Gabel, Gemot Uwe, 

Glindwiese FO, 2 Hamburg 71, Germany 129, 

Gaddy, Charles Stephen, 370 Forest Circle, Danville, Va 

Gaddy, Clifford Garland. 370 Forest Circle, Danville, Va...l56. 
Gaddy, Mack William, 110 Cedar St., Box 82, Wingate..l56, 
Gaddy, Wade Edward, Jr., 

2110 Highview Rd., Atlanta, Ga. 30311 110, 156, 

Gadsen, Beverly Scott, 

2538 Portland Ave., Charlotte 28207 

Gaetje, Thomas Stephen, 67 Buxton Rd., Chatham, N. J. 07928... 
Gaither. James Medford, 

Apt. 20, Graylyn Ct., Winston-Salem 280, 

Gallant, Luke G., 2241 Meridan St., Falls Church, Va 170, 

Gallagher, Donald William, Jr., 

Upper River Rd., RD. 1, Washington Crossing Pa 

Gallagher, William Bryant, Jr., 

7022 Capitol View Dr., Mclean, Va, 22101 

Galloway, Mark Ellis, 

104 Pomona Rd., Oak Ridge, Tenn 110, 160, 

Gambill, Sharon Dayne, Grumpier 28617 117, 182, 

Gardner, John Thomas, Jr., P. O. Box GG, Brandon, FIa...l60, 
Garnatt. William Allan Keirstead, 

455 Mounment Ave., Malvern, Pa. 19355.. 113, 

Garrard, Ina Susan, 1421 Grantham Dr., High Point 27260 

Garrison, Norma Eugene, Rt. 2, Box 170, Weaverville 28282.. 182, 

Garrison, Walter Stephen, 2925 Haven Rd., Raleigh 27610 

Garrily, John McCullough, 

2800 Robin Hood Rd., Winston-Salem 



Garton, Daryl Wade, 7505 Century Dr., Richmond, Va. 23229.. 270 
Garton. Thomas Courtney. 

7505 Century Dr., Richmond, Va. 23229 154, 250 

Gasaway, Philip Warren. 

12404 Venice PI.. Silver Spring, Md. 20904 160, 164 

Gaskins, Greg C, 203 S. College St., Monroe 28110 271 

Gasque, David Charles, 

2851 Northbridge Rd., Winston-Salem 27103 113, 125, 260 

Gayhart, Deborah Grace, 1005 Byrnes Rd., Aiken, S, C. 29801. ...271 
Gazsi. Shirley Kathleen. 

1 Bonnie Rae Dr., Yardville, N. J. 08620 271 

Geigle, Stephen Alexander, 

4519 Cherry St., Erie, Pa. 16309 128, 237 

Gentry, Andrea Sue, Box 366, State Rd. 28676 178, 182, 260 

Gentry, Dwight Lonnie. 

4021 Beechwood Rd., Hyattsville, Md. 20782 168, 260 

Gentry, Martha Lynn, 19 Elm Ave., Newport News, Va, 23601.. ..271 

Gentry, Ricky Charles, Rt. 2, Box 84, Elkin 28621 271 

Gentry, Vicki Ann, Rougemont 27572 190, 191, 193, 195 

George, Charles Peter, Jr., Rt. 2, Box 46, Brunswick, Ga. 31520.. 271 
Gerhardt. Gretchen Caroline, 

4214 Oakridge Ln., Chevy Chase, Md. 20015 271 

Gerrish. James Price, 

5408 Burlmg Rd., Bethesda, Md. 20014 109, 170, 250 

Gibson, DeWitl Clinton, 1205 Elm, Winnetka, 111. 60093 271 

Gibson, Norman Thomas, 106 Charlotte St., Hamlet 28345. .280, 286 
Gibson, Thomas Stewart, Rt. 3, Box 142, Laurinburg....l58, 260 
Gielen, Peter Uwe, 

Obschrannen PI. 4, 899 Lin Dau, Germany 129, 289 

Gifford, George David, 

214 Avery Ave., Morganton 28655 128, 237 

Gilbert, Frankie Anne, 

204 N. 8th Ave., Mayodan 27027 113, 271 

Giles, Darla Faye, 

314 Glendale Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 176, 250 

Gill, Donna Kaye, 

604 Colonial St., Durham 27701 87, 102, 176, 250 

Gillespie, John David, 

2I0-A Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 27106 289 

Gillikin, Levi, Jr., 2863 Hermitage Dr., Winston-Salem 27103 289 

Gilliland, Nancy Louis, 

3424 Kinnamon Rd., Winston-Salem 27104 250 

Ginn. Thomas M.. 1923 Cherokee Trail, 

Lakeland, Fla. 33803 102, 124, 164, 247, 250 

Givens, Royce Lee, Jr., 

3157 Kenny Dr., Falls Church, Va. 22042 89, 125, 237 

Gladding, Sam Templeman, 179 Lamont Dr., 

Decatur. Ga. 30030 84, 87, 89, 102, 109, 121, 124, 125, 237 

Glendening, Dale, Jr.. 

1400 Randall Dr.. Memphis. Tenn. 38116 89, 260 

Glenn, Jane Ellen, 2015 Wensley Dr., Charlotte 28210.. 149, 237 
Glover, Merley Elizabeth, 

319 Sunnyside Dr., Concord 28025 175, 250 

Goard, Richard Lee, P. O. Box 138, Parksley, Va. 23421. ...89, 271 

Godwin, Clarence Edwin, Jr., 214 Main St., Oxford 97 

Goehrig, David Henry. 

3300 N.E. 36th St.. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33308 164, 250 

Goetting, Robert M., 312 Broadview Dr., Syracuse, N, Y. 13215..237 

Goins, Dennis Wayne, 308 Arlington St., Mount Airy 27030 271 

Colightly, Douglas Vernon, 

Box 603 Morgan Dr.. Morganton 162, 237 

Golightiv, Rosemary Van Atta, 

17 Wake Forest Trailer Park, Winston-Salem 44 

Goodwin. Arthur Howard. Jr.. 300 Main St., Wilbraham, Mass.. .237 

Gordon. Barbara Ann, 812 Hillendale Rd., Baltimore, Md 238 

Gordon, Richard Stewart, 4210 Craig Ave., Charlotte 238 

Gordon, William Charles, 

2621 Garden Lakes Blvd., Rome, Ga 90, 95, 158, 250 

Gore, Hubert Gearl, 515 E. 9th St., Lumberton 260 

Goss, Marilyn Frances, 2811 Devon Rd., Durham 237 

Gottschalk. Kurt Peter. 1 1 1 Walthery Ave.. Ridgewood, N. J 260 

Gouch. John Bewick. 5827 The Plaza. Charlotte 260 

Grace. William Anton, 184 Green Brook Rd., Green Brook, N, J. ..250 

Graef, Stefanie, 59 Battin Rd.. Fair Haven, N. J 237 

Graham, Gary Andrew. 1504 Upshire Rd., Baltimore, Md 271 

Graham, James Lee. P. O. Box 151, Yadkinville 280, 286 

Graham, Larry Gregson, 

4536 Oakwood Cir., Winston-Salem 282, 287 

Graham, Laurence Starr, 140 Salem Cir. B-2, Raleigh 280 

Graham, Thomas Radford, 12 Aldrich Ave., Metuchen, N. J... 166, 231 

Graham, Walter Alexander, Rt. 1, Box 566, Salisbury 271 

Gram, L. Bennett, Jr., 208 E. Boney St., Wallace 287 

Grannis, Edward Whitaker, Jr., 

1709 Morganton Rd., Fayetteville 281, 282, 287 

Grant, Robert Bernard, 

823 Bell Ford Rd., Jacksonville 24, 195 

Grant, Roy Edward, 703 Cherry St., Rome, N. Y 260 



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Grant, Wesley Bennett, 

303 William St.. P. O. Box 3. Kannapolis 160, 284, 

Graves, Cheryl Patricia, 

4901 Seminary Rd., Apt. 230, Alexandria, Va 180, 

Graves, William Ralph, Jr., Andrews Rd., Murphy 

Gravley, Nancy Jean, 109 Albertson Rd., High Point... 173, 

Gray, Mary Sharon, 105 Lines St., Thomasvllle 113, 

Gray, Peter Joseph, 25 Grand St., Cornwall, N. Y 

Green, David Clinard, 

1102 N. Mam St., Mount Airy 129, 

Green, Joyce Ann, Box 397, Whitsett 87, 173, 180, 

Green, Samuel Brooks, 1036 Martin St., Winston-Salem.. 162, 
Greenberg, Richard Paul, 15 Morningside Dr., Trenton, N. J. ..98, 
Greene, Christopher Franklin, 412 Butler Rd., Reisterstown, Md.. 

Greene, Graham Marquis, 327 Gwyn Ave., Elkin 

Greene, Rebecca Jane, Rt. 2, Box 258, Stokesdale 
Greenhaugh, John Charles, 

228 Delaware Ave., Harrington, Del 113, 

Greenway, Glenn David. Rt. e. Box 255, Elizabeth City 166, 

Greer, John William, Rt. 6, Lexington 

Gregory, Robert Denton, 105 Kimberly Knoll, Asheville 

Gretes. John C. 614 W. 36 St.. Norfolk. Va 247, 250, 

Griffin, Bobby H., 2102 Union St., Monroe 

Griffin, Barbara Jean, 502 Nebraska St., Spindale 

Griffin, Durante Avan, Jr., 

106 Hillcrest Dr., Lexington 86, 102, 170, 

Griffin, Harold Carter. 3879 Dare Cir., Norfolk, Va. 23513.87, 
Griffin. Jesse Christopher, III, 

2702 Edgewood St.. New Bern 28560 

Griffin. Margaret Love, Box 459, Monroe 28110 

Griffin, Thomas Jack, Jr., 

713 Riely Ave., S. Boston, Va. 24592 86, 

Griffis, John William, Jr., Box 248, Denton 280, 

Griffith, Ann, 628 S. 19 St., Newark, N. J. 07103 

Grim. Michael Bruce. 805 Virginia Ave., Bluefield, Va. 24605... 

Grimsley. Carole Keith. 307 Smyrna Rd., Whiteville 28472 

Grochmal. David Michael. 

165 Upperville Rd., Virginia Beach. Va. 23462 

Groff. Doris Elizabeth, 217 W. Colonial Dr., Salisbury 28144... 

Grooms, Ferris Lineau. Jr., Box 15. Harrells 166, 

Grote, Herbert August, 

50 Lewis Ct., Huntington Station, N. Y. 11746 170. 

Grout. James Wilson. 

212-B Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 27106... 

Grove, George Weller, Jr., 862 N. Center St., Hickory 28601. .1 13, 

Grubb, Steven Charlie, Rt. 10, Box 128, Lexington 27292 

Guice, Zoro Joseph. Jr.. Rt. 1. Box 105, Saluda 28773 

Gunby, Martha Louise, 

3964 Powers Ferry Rd., N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30305 

Gunn. Andrea Lee. 

3423 Revers Rd.. Atlanta, Ga. 30331... 106. 149, 182, 232, 
Gunter, Michael Donwell, 

509 Hawthorne Ln., Gastonia 102, 158, 257, 

Gutekunst, Barbara Jean, 55 Grandview Ave., Sellersville, Pa.. 
Guth, Robert Thomas, 1936 Cedar Lane, Baltimore, Md. 21222. 
Guthrie. Elizabeth Ann, 

227 E. Perimeter Dr., San Antonio, Tex. 78227 



Hackshaw. Barry Thomas. 

741 N.W. 37th St., Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 33309 271 

Haddon. Barbara Jean. 

606 Hill St.. Box 865, Rocky Mount 27801 87, 178, 250 

Haehnel, Donald Kenneth, 104 Park Ave., Brevard 28712 251 

Hager, Mary Lynn, Mount Zion Rd., Alexis 28006. 110, 173, 261 
Hahn, Carolyn Susan, 

9810 Inglemere Dr., Bethesda, Md. 20034 110, 180, 261 

Hall, Bahnson David. 

2844 S. Fairway Dr., Burlington 27215 110, 271 

Hall, Barry James, Rt. 2, King 27021 271 

Hall. D. Stephen. 1905 Benedict Cir.. St. Albans, W. Va 237 

Hall, Eleanor Cheryl, 7408 Gatewood Ct., Alexandria, Va. 22307. .271 
Hall. Gregory Briggs. 

520 Cedar Ln., Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 89, 271 

Hall, James Donald, Box 36, Polomoke, Md 168 

Hall, James Louis. 2020 S. College Rd., Wilmington 289 

Hall, Preston Ledford, Jr.. 846 S. Main St.. Salisbury. 156, 237 

Hall, Sandra Cathy, 24 Rhoda St., Canton 92, 237 

Hallman, Francis Edwin, Jr., 

Box 392, Conyers, Ga 9, 105, 110, 164, 238 

Hallman, Lynn Henry, 1012 Mitchell St., Mount Airy 27030 271 

Halstead, Gloria Jean, 

204 Parris Ave., High Point 27260 173, 261 

Halvorson, Lloyd Eric, 934 Douglas Dr., McLean, Va 195 

Hambrecht, Robert McClure, 

2260 Cross Rd., Glenside, Pa. 19038..... 164, 261 

Hamilton, Jon Jay, 19 Prospect St., Wapole, Mass. 02981 250 

Hamilton. Robert Ray. 225 Princess Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 17601. .271 
Hammond, Michael Eugene, Rt. 1, Lancaster, S, C. 29720 251 



Hampton, Hugh Maurice, Jr., Rt. I, Clemmons 27102 261 

Hampton, Nancy Jo, 620 Country Club Dr., Burlington 27215 271 

Hamrick, Otto V., 806 W. Sumter St., Shelby 28150 271 

Hamrick, Rose, Box 28, Shelby 28150.84, 87, 88, 121, 129, 238 
Hanauer, Barbara Ross, 6801 Post Oak Dr., Birmingham, Mich. ..261 

Hancock. Burnace Monroe. Jr.. Box 482, Siler City 282, 286 

Hancock. Karen Hall, P. O. Box 571. New Bern 271 

Handy. Thomas Vinson. 415 Hill St., London, Ky 284, 286 

Hanna, Dana L., 105 N. Orange Ave., Dunn 289 

Banner, Robert Pleasant, 3326 Providence Rd., Charlotte.. 284, 287 

Hansen, Iris Patricia, 5942 N. 5th Rd., Arlington, Va 261 

Hardee, Esten Harriet, 

Rt. 8. Sumner School Rd., Greensboro 182, 238 

Hardin. Charles Vester, III, Rt. I, Pauline, S. C 92, 261 

Hardin, Richard Larry, Rt. 1, Pauline, S. C 238 

Hardison, Richard Everett, 1401 N. Ivanhoe St., Arlington, Va...271 

Hardy. Susan Elizabeth, 1534 Crofton Parkway, Crofton, Md 261 

Harkey, Myra Jean, Box 470, Rt. 8, Monroe 251 

Harkness, Betty Allen, c/o 62 Hook Rd.. 

Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, APO New York, N. Y 271 

Harmon, Kathleen Sue, 3003 Bay St., Sarasota, Fla 251 

Harper, Alton Anderson, 451 E. 45th St., Hialeah, Fla 85 

Harper, Richard Allen, 320 N. Norwood St., Wallace.. 160, 195, 238 
Harper, William Howard, Jr., 

3863 Old Lexington Rd., Winston-Salem 271 

Harrell, Douglas Byron, 1017 West 48th St., Richmond, Va 251 

Harrelson, William Ernest, III, Rt. 3, Box 232-A, Whiteville.. 160, 251 

Harrill, Charles Elwood, 115 Hillcrest Dr., Sanford 119, 271 

Harris, Betty Bernice, 3254 Paddington Ln., Winston-Salem 238 

Harris, Abigail Lynn, State Road 175, 238 

Harris, Barbara Kate, 3254 Paddington Ln., Winston-Salem 237 

Harris, Howard Pinckney, 1819 Wendover Rd., Charlotte.. 166, 238 

Harris, John Phillips, Box 206, Clarksville, Va 228 

Harris, Mary Arden, 2417 Kendrick Dr., Charlotte. 175, 182, 261 

Harris, Richard Garland, 2059 Giant St., Toledo, Ohio 88 

Harris, Robert Allen, Jr., 404 Riber Rd., Matoaca, Va 261 

Harris, Suzanne, 36 N. Main St., Mullica Hill, N. J 86, 182, 238 

Harris, William Patrick, Box 218, Candor 164, 251, 282, 286 

Hart, Ladson Frederick, 210 Lake View Dr., Brevard 286 

Hartgrove, David E., Box 175-B, Rt. 2. King 289 

Hartis. Eugene Morris. Jr.. 818 Ashwyn Dr., Charlotte 271 

Hartley, David Lee, 704 Wyngate Dr., Frederick, Md 271 

Hartman, Randy Byron, Rt. 3, Lawndale 86,251 

Harvey, Richard Gregory, 

1612 Terrace Rd., S.W., Roanoke, Va 166, 251 

Harward, Susan Waugh, 

1103 Grove Ave., Cocoa, Fla 149, 175,261 

Haskell, Sherwin Trumbull, 

289 Wahackme Rd.. New Canaan, Conn... 162. 251 

Hathaway. Robert Morse, Jr., 

215 Riverwood Dr., Richmond, Va 170, 237, 261 

Haubert. Wade Brian. 7 Hopewell. R.D. 2. Center Valley, Pa 170 

Hauck, Jennifer Jean, Box 592. Rt. 1, St. Charles, 111 88 

Haurand, Susan Mane, 3614 Ammons Ave., Richmond, Va 271 

Hauswald, Kenneth Robert, 

63 Hillcrest Dr., Clark, N. J 84, 86, 192, 195 

Haviland. Susan Parrish. P. O. Box 796, Kernersville 261 

Hawes, Edward Boyette, Jr., P. O. Box 489, Wallace 154, 238 

Hawkins, Holly Joan, 8301 S.W. 149 Dr., Miami, Fla 271 

Hawkins, Pamela Leigh, 

6701 Knightswood Dr., Charlotte 109, 176, 261 

Hayes, David Kenneth. 11 N. Symington Ave., Baltimore, Md...271 

Hayes, Gerald Wilton, RED 1, Coats 284, 286 

Hayes, Jeffery Russell, 

10009 East Bexhill Dr., Kensington, Md 153, 238 

Head, Allan Bruce, 

5030 High Point Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30305 284, 287 

Heck. Andrew W., 

911 82nd St., North Bergenm. N. J 154. 188, 195, 238 

Heckerman, Martha Lee, 

4416 Withers Dr., Charleston Heignts, S. C. 29405 271 

Hedrick. Wayne Robert. 

8639 Glendale Rd.. Greenbelt. Md. 20770 261 

Hedgepeth. Royster Cramwell, 

1717 Vaughan St., South Boston, Va. 24592 121, 239 

Hefner, Rhonda Lynn, 

405 Cheatham St., Franklinton 15, 44, 175, 261 

Hege. Elizabeth Cureton, 

1050 Jefferson St., Hollywood, Fla. 33020 271 

Heiberger. Peter Charles, 100 Longview Dr., Princeton, N. J... 160, 261 
Heidgerd, Charles Deiderich, 

299 N.W. nth St., Boca Raton, Fla 95, 148, 156, 261 

Heitman, William Harrison, 

208 Evans Ave.. Willow Grove, Pa 168, 261 

Helscher, David Cannon, 

109 S. Buchanan St., Arlington, Va. 22204 162, 261 

Hemphill, James Lowell, P. O. Box 315, East Flat Rock 261 

Hemphill, Kenneth Shell, 514 Duke St., Thomasville 27360 271 



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Hemric, Harvy Clay, Jr., 2519 Pineway Dr., Burlington 87, 109, 239 

Hemric. Jerry Ray. Rl. 2, Dobson 27017 261 

Henderson, Jenny Whitaker, 1638 Edgewood Ave., 

So., Jacksonville, Fla 44, 87, 88, 149, 175, 239 

Henderson, Susan Rehekah, 

Rt. 6. Greenville, S. C. 29607 110, 180, 251 

Hendricks. Sara Adele, 

808 W. Mountain St.. Kings Mountain 28086 86, 239 

Hendrix, Judith Lynn. 

4535 Old Town Dr., Winston-salem 27106 110, 237 

Hendrycy, Kenneth Edward, 

419 Colonial Ave.. Westfield, N. J. 07090 86, 239 

Henning, Richard George, 

7 Carteret PI.. Garden City, N. Y. 11530 127, 166, 251 

Henry, Kenneth Delma. 1500 S. Benbow Rd., Greensboro 27401. .195 
Hensley, Donald Leo, 332 Burkewoos Dr., Winston-Salem 27104... 195 
Herlocker, Jane, 

1426 White Oak Ave., Albemarle 28001 149, 178, 239 

Herring, Anne Hall, 601 S. King Ave., Dunn 180, 239 

Herring, Buddy O. H., 48 Burr Farmes Rd., Westport, Conn 251 

Herring, Daniel Edward, Jr., P. O. Box 387, Ahoskie....228, 239 
Herstine. James Howard, 

North East Hgts., North East, Md. 21901 271 

Hessler, Richard Dallas, 

3161 S.W. 20th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 164, 195, 251 

Hester, Jeanne Carol, 3105 Henderson Rd., Greensboro 271 

Hibbert, Carl Woodall, 

2134 Melante Dr., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30324 102, 271 

Hickman, Thomas Nelson, 623 Sherrod Hgts., Enfield 27823 261 

Hichman, Barry Edward, 

20 Hartlawn Rd.. West Roxbury, Mass. 02131 195 

Higgins. Charles Royden, Jr., 

533 Hollis Rd., Charlotte 28052 113, 261 

High, Brenda Louise, 

2705 Crawford Ave., Gastonia 28052 178, 261 

Hijiya. Yukihito, 2080 Hon Machi, Sukumo, Kochi, Japan.. 129, 289 
Hill, Christopher Paul, 1300 Old Mill Rd., Wyomissing, Pa. 19610. 271 

Hill, James Earl. Jr., Rt. 4, Whiteville 170, 251 

Hill, Laurel Marlene, 415 Spring St., Thomasville 27360 271 

Hilsenbeck. Nana Elaine, 1746 Ralee Dr., Winston-Salem 251 

Hinkle, Paul Preston. Jr., P. O. 191, Spencer 251 

Hinson, Hilda Gail, Rt. 1, Box 79, Harmony 38634... .129, 261 
Hinson, Linda Diane, 

8810 Fircrest PI., Alexandria, Va. 22308 110, 271 

Hirons, Molly Lynn, 

45-A Chemin de la Blonde, Vandoeuvres, Geneva, Switzerland.. 271 

Hise, Lloyd. Jr., RFD 2, Spruce Pine 28777 284, 286 

Hobbs, Daniel Ralph, 

Rt. 10. Box 350. Greensboro 27406 113, 195, 271 

Hobbs, James Donald. 

672 Lake Barton Rd., Orlando, Fla. 32807 160, 

Hobbs, James Walker, 1124 Guilford Dr., Charlotte 28209 

Hocutt. Robert Battle. 419 East Home St., Clayton 

Hodge. Deborah Hope. Box 847, Troy 27371 

Hodges, Vannie Kay, 6 Honeysuckle Lane, Baltimore, Md. 21220. 

Hodierne, Charles Henry, 180 Circle Dr., Galesburg. Ill 

Hodsdon, John Phillips, 57 Louise St., Delmar, N. Y. 12054 

Hoey. Constance Jane, 

747 Way Cross Rd., Elliott City, Md. 21043 

Hoffman, Doyt R., Jr., Box 2547, Gastonia 28052 

Hoffman. Flora Anne, 701 Sheridan St., 

Chillum, Md. 20783 85, 114, 117, 119, 176, 

Hoffman, Preston Jones, Jr., 305 25th Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Hofler, R. Hayes. 7912 New Orleans Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22308. 
Hogewood, John Montgomery, 

4110 Student Dr. Apt. 3. Winston-Salem 164, 

Holbrook. Joseph Samuel, Jr., 

211 N. Race St.. Statesville 28677 126, 

Holcher, Max August, 

51 W.F.C. Trailer Park, Winston-Salem 27106 

Holden, Cathy Suzanne, 

7002 Tinkerdale Rd., Roanoke, Va. 24019 

Holland, Charles Milton, 

3002 Churchill Rd., Raleigh 27607 

Holley, Horace Preston, 

25701 Ridge Rd., Damascus, Md. 20750 86, 89, 

Hollidav, Katherine Street, 

2325 Crescent Ave., Charlotte 28207 110, 113, 

Hollifield, Forrest Hughy, 

429 Hudson St., Salisbury 27144 110, 

Hollifield, Karen Lee, 

Rt. 1, Box 369-B, Black Mountain 28711 

Holt, Calvin Jackson, Jr., 

309 Valley View Dr., Staunton, Va. 24401 87, 113, 

Holthouser, John Alexander, 

142 Hawthorne Rd., Elkin 28621 

Holton, David Quinton, Jr., 207 S. Granville St., Edenton 27932 



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Holton. Lucy Hartsfield, 

1807 Runnymeade Rd., Winston-Salem 95, 175, 261 

Homan, William Norman, 

523 Lake View Dr., Swedesboro, N. J. 08085 102 

Honeycutt, Joe Robinson, Jr., 1187 Dayhrook Dr., Kannapolis 154 

Honeycutt, Richard Allison. 

1728 Greensboro St., Lexington 27292 113, 272 

Honeycutt, Richard Lee, 2119 Tudor PI.. Raleigh 27610 261 

Honeycutt, Susan Alice, 

134 E. Stewart Ave.. Mooresville 28115 180, 261 

Hood, James Boyd. Jr., Rt. 1, Box 158, Huntersville 28078 261 

Hood, Linda Anne, 30 West 4th St., Newton 28658 178, 239 

Hooper, Frederic Michael, 

410 Gardner St.. Box 718, Reidsville 27320 239 

Hope, James Michael. Rt. 1, York, S. C. 29745 251 

Hopkins, Elwyn Veazey, Jr., 

1910 Belle View Blvd., Alexandria, Va 156, 261 

Hopkins, Patricia Jane, RFD 3, Salisbury, Md. 21801 86 

Hopper, John Alan, 18 Woodcliff Dr., Madison, N. J. 07960.. 168, 261 
Hord, Mary Jo, 200 Cleveland Ave., Kings Mountain 28086. .113, 272 

Home, Jasper White, Rt. 1, Pleasant Garden 261 

Horner. Douglas Branch, 404 4th St., Laurel Del. 19956. .86, 168, 251 

Horner, Guy Thomas, 713 College St., Henderson 27536 272 

Horton, Jimmy Lee, Rt. 1, Box 100, Fancy Gap, Va. 24328 261 

Horton, Michael W., Rt. 9, Box 158, Greensboro 27409 113, 272 

Hough, Margaret Jean, 409 Arbor Acres, Lexington 27292 261 

Hough. William Amos, 111, 

Rt. 1, Box 320-A, Huntersville 28078 86, 261 

House, Susan Virginia, 7421 Exmore St., Springfield, Va. 22150. .272 

Houston, Paul Barringer, Jr., 1200 Salem Dr., Charlotte 28209 272 

Howard, Gloria Lyniie, 3712 Liberty Rd., Greensboro 27406 272 

Howard, Judy Lynn, 3800 Sandalwood Ln., Winston-Salem 27106. .110 
Howard, Susan Meredith, 

407 S. Hanna St., Gastonia 28052 110, 149, 176, 261 

Howard, Vincent, Jr., 

63 Madison Ave., Erlton, Cherry Hill, N. J. 08034 168, 251 

Howell. Rebekah Lou, 109 Patrick St., Gastonia 28053 102, 272 

Howington. Richard Bernard, 

3801 St. Germaine Ct., Louisville, Ky. 40207 287 

Hoyle, David Bowers, 

7501 Democracy Blvd., Apt. B-424, Bethesda, Md. 20034. 124, 239 
Hoyle, James Cranford, Jr., 

627 Wilson St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 251 

Hrom, Susan M., 

1036 Drexel Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. 19026 105, 180, 261 

Hubbard, Edgar Overton, 1500 Palmyra Ave., Richmond, Va 239 

Hudson, David Munroe, 

6415 N. Washington Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22205 148 

Hudson. John Robert, Jr., 

148 South Court St.. Luray, Va. 22835 164, 261 

Hudson, Robert Burton. Jr., Box 57, Granite Quarry 127 

Huffman. Gary Marvin, Rt. 1. Box 100, Purlear 28665 98 

Huffstetler, Samuel Henry, Jr.. 

435 Oakland Dr.. Burlington 27215 113, 164, 261 

Huffstetler, William Harvey, 

119 Parkway Dr., Newport News, Va. 23606 154, 239 

Hughes, Mary Fran. 2220 Virginia Beach, Va. 23452... 1 10, 251 
Hughes, Nancy Kathryn, 3131 Eton Rd., Raleigh 27608. .87. 176, 239 

Hughes, Roy L. 806 Boiling Ave., Charlottesville, Va. 22901 289 

Hughes. Thomas Lee, Box 174. West Jefferson 28094 272 

Hull, Jane Elizabeth, 58 Bear Creek Rd.. Asheville 28806. .93, 261 
Hull, Roger Allen, 404 Haylong Ave., Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. 38474..272 

Hulse, Herbert Bruce, Jr., 1006 East Mulberry, Goldsboro 272 

Hultin, Susan Carol, 

1216 Catawba St., Kingsport, Tenn. 37660 180, 239 

Humphrey, Sue Ellen, 

Johnnycake Rd., RFD 3, Burlington, Conn. 06010 239 

Humphreys, James E., Jr., 

421 Lawndale Dr., Winston-Salem 280, 283, 287 

Humphries, Bruce Alan, 

303 Powder Horn Rd., Ft. Washington, Pa. 19034 261 

Humphries, John McCullough, 

Box 1147. Front Royal, Va. 22630 89, 113 

Huneycutt, M. Cheryel, Box 273, Locust 28097 110, 262 

Hunt, Patricia Sue, 

720 Ferndale Blvd., High Point 110, 111, 262 

Hunt, Sandra Perin, 

930 Forest Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 173, 262 

Hunter, Gerald Lynn, Petree Rd., Winston-Salem 239 

Hursh. Steven Rawlings, 

P. O. Box 66, Beaufort, S. C. 29902 166, 251 

Hutchens, Sandy Vestal, Jr., 

200 W. Oakdale St., Mt. Airy 27030 251, 252 

Hutcherson, Ernest Keith, 

204 B. WFC Student Apts., Winston-Salem 168, 239 

Hutcherson, Sheila Faye Sizemore, 

204 B. WFC Student Apts., Winston-Salem 251 



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Hutcheson, Jack Robert, Jr., 

546 E. Main St.. Rock Hill. S. C. 29730 262 

Hutton, William Eugene, 540 Circle Dr., Burlington 86, 164 

Hyatt, Craig W., 4411 54th PI., Bladenhurg, Md. 20710 167 

Hyatt, John Anthony, Box 188, Jonesville, Va. 24263 113, 272 

Hyder, Betty Frances, 805 Fairmont Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. 37660.. 152 

Hyler, Nancy Elizabeth, Box 371, Blowing Rock 28605 262 

Hynds, Charlton, 1123 Neal Dr., Alexandria, Va 262 

Hynes, William Spencer, 

P. O. Box 602, Williamsburg, Va. 23185 153, 262 

lannuzzi, Nicholas Paul, 6 Haines Ave., Medford, N. J. 08055. ...272 

Ijames, Willia Grady. Jr.. Rt. 1. Mocksville 272 

Imosun. Julius Adevisi. c/o Rev. M. O. Imosun, 

Box 11, Shaki Via Oyo, Nigeria, West Africa 129, 262 

Inge, Danny Aubrey, 

9101 Timberlake Rd., Lynchburg, Va. 24502 113 

Inman, Joseph Cooper, 2515 Timber Ln., Greensboro 208 

Ipock, Garrison Durham, Jr., 

401 E, Main St., Box 167, Orange, Va 262 

Ipock, Mary Julia, Box 167, Oange, Va 239 

Irwin, Thomas S., 420 4th Ave.. Linden, N. J 164, 251 

Isenhower. Nelson Nolan, 619 E. Main St., Maiden 28650 272 

Isley, James Talmage, 100 Bishop St., Winston-Salem 272 

Isley, Mary Jill, Rt. 1. Haw River 27258 239 

Ivey, Charles Clark, 720 West Lake Dr., Athens, Ga. 30601. .89, 262 
Ivey, Clare Jean, Kahdena Rd., Morristown, N. J 175, 262 

Jackson, Barbara Gayle, 

4310 Warner St., Kensington, Md. 20795 

Jackson, Charles Edward, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 125, Shelby 28150.. 160, 
Jackson, David Stone, Jr., 

Box 37, Birchwood Dr., Nashville 27856 

Jackson, Johnnie Morgan. Jr., 

3 Battle Rd.. Hampton, Va. 23366 84, 150, 160, 161, 

Jacober, Jennifer Lynne, 

109 S, Knox St., Westerville, O. 43081 182, 

Jacobs, Richard Joseph, 203 Harbor Towers, Ft. Myers, Fla 

Jacobsen, James Bruce, 

35 Harwood Ave., North Tarrytown, N. Y 153, 

Jacobsen, Robert G., 301 N. 31st Rd.. Hollywood, Fla 162, 

Jamback, Richard Thomas, 

Heater Rd., Lebanon, N. H. 03766 187. 

James. David Exum. Box 388, Bethel - 

James, H. Glenn, 5535 E. Princess Anne Rd., Norfolk, Va. 23502. 
James, Susan Waike, 1020 Wellington Rd., Winston-Salem.. 149, 
Jania, Richard Peter, 61 Young Ave., Cedar Grove, N. J... 160, 
Jardine, Douglas William, 

5074 Dianna Dr., Bloomfield Hills, Mich..... 164, 

Jarman, Wayne Thomas, 9507 Nowell Dr., Bethesda, Md. 20034. 

Jarrett, Altha Jayne, 2743 Melinda Dr., Winston-Salem 

Jeffords, Evander Gilbert, 1018 Santee Dr., Florence, S. C. 29501. 
Jeffries, William Thomas, 

Dr., Charlotte 84, 87, 156, 157, 

2529 Wentworth Rd., Baltimore, Md.. 
)1 Hampton Dr., Florence, S. C 



3614 Barclay Downs 
Jenkins, Charles Laurence. 
Jenkins, Sarah Louise, L 
Jenkins, Twyla Lee, 

911 Tuscarora Ave., Elizabeth City 27909 88, 

Jennings, Louis Carlyle, Jr., 205 Apollo, Murfreesboro, Tenn 

Jennings, Thomas Parks, 406 Sterlingworth, Windsor 27983 

Jennings, Vaughn Etfward, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 243, Taylorsville 28681. 

Jensen, John Shelton, 625 Miller St., Winston-Salem 27103 

Jerman, Doris Faye, 624 Ideal Way, Charlotte 28203 

Jewell, Mary Jo, 3318 Winnipeg Circle, Charlotte 28210 

Jinnette, Ralph Lawrence, RED 1, Goldsboro 27530 

Jobe, Brock William, 4025 Walters St., Fairfax, Va. 22030.. 128, 

Jobe, Talmage M., Jr., RED 4, Mebane 87, 

Johnson, Alan Andrew. 207 W. Mountain St.. Worcester, Mass... 

Johnson, Frederick Gray, 325 Church St., Mt. Airy 168, 

Johnson, Jefferson Deems, III, 

421 Transylvania, Raleigh .281, 

Johnson, James Robert, 113 Smyth St., Lynchburg, Va...l93, 
Johnson. Kenneth Stewart. 

3109 Hunsinger Rd.. Louisville. Ky 98, 113, 

Johnson, Linda Ann, Harrells 

Johnson, Lawrence Fred, 

1100 Fairview Dr., Lexington 27292 168, 

Johnson, Marilyn Gail, 2005 Stadium Dr., Winston-Salem 27107. 
Johnson. Mary Raynon. 7807 Tomlinson Ave., Cabin John, Md.. 
Johnson, Robert Francis, 2910 Armfield Ave., Burlington 27215. 
Johnson, Rita Lee, 151 Edgewood Circle, Winston-Salem 27107 
Johnson, Robert Lee, 

423 Wheatton Rd., Hampton, Va. 23369 109, 

Johnson, Steven Gunnar, 312 W. Earle St., Greenville, S. C 

Johnson, Sarah Morris, 

Morningside Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 

Johnson, Susan V., King 27021 178, 

Johnson, Warren Fleming, 

5609 Indigo Rd., Richmond, Va. 23230 Ill, 



ohnson, William Kelly, Rt. 1, Box 35-A, Yadkinville 282, 286 

ohnson, William Leslie, Jr., Box 593, Elizabethtown 282 

oines, Lovina Harvel, 37 WFC Trailer Park, Winston-Salem. .87, 240 

ones, Cynthia Ann, 2372 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem 262 

ones, Connie Elaine, 1200 Wedgewood, Winston-Salem 262 

ones, Charles F., 404 Shadowbrook Dr., Burlington 158, 251 

ones, Durward Burrell, Jr.. Rt. 4, Zebulon 251 

ones, Freda Lee, Box 424. East Flat Rock 28726 272 

ones, John Daniel. 812 Christopher Rd.. Chapel Hill 251 

ones. Linda Ellen, 

1571 Bishop Hollow Run, Chamblee, Ga. 30005 182, 262 

ones, Michael Evans, 463 Delaware St., Woodbury, N. J. 08096.. 272 
ones. Morris Wiley. Jr.. 

1812 Barracks Rd., Charlottesville, Va. 22901 272 

ones, Paul Winthrop, HI, 

195 Merriweather Dr., Longmeadow, Mass 272 

ones, Ronald Van, 121 20th Ave., N.W., Hickory 168, 251 

ones, Susan Anne, 1604 Fairview Rd., Raleigh 27608 272 

ones, Stuart Hunt, 

2979 Danbyshire Ct. N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30329 240 

ones, Tom Pruitt, 

718 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, Ga. 30030 272 

ones. Thomas W.. Box 603, Sylva 282, 286 

ones. Turner H., 211 Corning St., Hamlet 240 

ones, Virginia Ann, 

6 Glenbrooke Circle East, Richmond, Va. 23229 118, 262 

ordan, Adrienne Gayle, 224 N. 27 St., Wilmington 173, 251 

ordan, Carol Sue, 1 1 1 Montlieu Ave., Thomasville 27360 272 

ordan, Graydon Miller, 

429 S. Harrison Ave., Cary 27511 149, 251 

ordan, Linda Faye, Rt. 2, Box 83, Elm City 27822 173, 262 

ordan, W. Wayne, 2407 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 170, 251 

ordon. Laura Mobley, 

6363 S.W. 107 St., Miami, Fla. 33156 110, 251 

oslin, Richard Grant, 

1114 Westridge Rd., Greensboro 27410 110, 272 

ubanowsky, Bruce Lewis, 

310 Indian Trail, Mountainside, N. J. 07092 272 

ewicz, Ronald 1.. 9619 W. Grant St., Milwaukee, Wis. 53227. .208 

Kaenzig, Karen B., 

5311 Oldcastle Ln., Springfield, Va. 22151 178, 251 

Kafer, Charles William, 604 Pollock St., New Bern 284, 287 

Kahle, David Wayne, 210 Longwood Dr., Newport News, Va 272 

Kanter, Randall Nelson, 

897 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. J. 08618 166, 262 

Karr. Glennon J., 8 Shelton Ave.. Trenton 08618 160, 262 

Kastner, Harley Morris. 4190 Wilmar Dr., Akron, O. 44319. ...272 

Kater. Robert Douglas. 1349 Iris St.. Washington, D. C 272 

Kausch, James Walter, 230 Chester Rd., Winston- Salem 272 

Kegerreis, Jay Hubert, RED 1. Richland, Pa. 17087 272 

Keiger. Steven Bain, RED 1. Tobaccoville 27050 272 

Keirstead, Steven Taylor, 

34 Winter St., Gardiner, Me. 04345 153, 262 

Keith, Daphne Gayle, 

505 S. 4th St., Mebane 27302 149, 175, 240 

Keller, Carl Frederick, 1 1 1 Sequams Ln W., West Islip, N. Y 272 

Kelley. James Ford. 

4605 Great Oak Rd., Rockville, Md. 20853 160, 240 

Kelley, Michael Joseph, 

4605 Great Oak Rd., Rockville, Md. 20853 262 

Kelley, Steven Craig, 

1003 Western Ave., Rocky Mount 27801 104, 105, 109, 251 

Kelly, Cole Howard, P. O. Box 77, Jackson, Ga 262 

Kelly, Richard Jean, 34-02 Norwood Dr.. Fair Lawn, N. Y. 07410. .251 

Kennedy, Elizabeth Anne, HI lones Circle, Thomasville 240 

Kennedy, limmy Leroy, Rt. 2. Pink Hill HI, 240 

Kennedy, Mary Janis, 4945 Carteret Drive, Raleigh 27609 262 

Kennedy, Sharon Lee, Rt. 1, Robbins 27325 251 

Kernodle, William Dwight, 

423 Glenwood Ave., Burlington 160, 251 

Kester, Gene Clifton, 

1223 E. Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 284, 286 

Ketllehake, Thomas Max, 

5605 Mapleridge Dr.. Cincinnati, O. 45227 272 

Key, Barbara Kay, 2585 Woodberry Dr., Winston-Salem 272 

Kidd, Ronald Dean, 1011 Teague Rd., Winston-Salem 27107 272 

Kiessler, Edward Frank, 

14 Stonewall Dr., Livingston, N. J. 07039 154, 262 

Kiger, Ian Allen, 2630 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 262 

Kilby, Glenda Ann, Rt. 1, Boomer 28606 240 

Kilgore, Samuel Rea, Ir., 

Edgecombe Rd., Spartanburg, S. C 166, 251 

Kincheloe, James Jeffrey, 

1617 Rivera Dr., Rocky Mount 89, 109, 164, 251 

King, Arnold Gray, 4445 Ogburn Ave;, Winston-Salem 27105 240 

King. Carl Norman. Rt. 1, Box 557-A, Hickory 272 

King, Edward Davey, Jr., 220 Ralston Rd., Richmond, Va...l70, 262 
King, Samuel Cromer, Box 713, Lincolnton 28092 273 



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King, William, 428 South Martin St. Ext., Mount Olive 262 

Kinga.Thaddeus, F. S. Min of Works and Transp., 

Buea, Cameroon, Cameroon 84, 129, 240 

Kinlaw. James Brady, Jr.. 

2110 Laurel Lane, Altavista, Va. 24517 273 

Kinsey. Susan Irene. 108 W. Cypress St.. Elizabeth City 110, 273 

Kirbv', Glenda Davie. Rt. 1, Tobaccoville 273 

Kirby-Smjih. Edmund. 10104 E. Bexhill Dr., Kensington. Md 240 

Kirk. Sarah Frances. 

114 Rochelle Dr., Morehead City 28557 149. 240 

Kirkland. J. Charles, Jr., 1 103 Glenwood Dr., Augusta, Ga. 30904. 1 10 
Kirkpatrick, Charles Edward, Box 161, Cullowhee 28723. .89, 262 
Kirkpatrick, Mary Anne, 

887 Lmcoln Ave., Baldwin, L. L, N. Y. 11510 178, 240 

Kiser, Rona Lea. Box 295. King 251 

Kisiday. John S.. 809 Hampshire Rd., Bay Shore, N. Y 287 

Kitchin, William Waller, Box 136, Parkton 240 

Kline, Rhonda Joanne. 

559 Watonga Way, Boulder, Colo. 80302 180, 252 

Klohs. Wayne Daniel, 

15 Evergreen Rd.. West Caldwell, N. J. 07006 262 

Klosterman. Robert Paul, 

227 Sanbridge Circle, Washington, Ohio 43085 273 

Knapp, Robert Douglas, 

883 Mam St., Hmgham, Mass. 02043 162, 218, 231, 252 

Knauss, Peter Lloyd, 82 E, Cedar St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 12501. .252 

Knight, Dennis Wayne, Box 97, Teachey 28464 121, 262 

Knight, James Stratton, HI, 

902 Delmont St., High Point 27262 112, 113, 125, 240 

Knode, Wayne Preston. 

2333 Que St.. S.E., Washington, D. C. 20020 262 

Knoop, Barbara Elizabeth, 

219 Oak Forest Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21228 262 

Knott, Theresa Colleen, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 273 

Knowles, Barbara Carol, 2 Ross Rd., Livingston, N. J. 07039 273 

Kobos. Donald Joseph. 6 Hershey St., Salem, Mass. 01970 273 

Kornegay. Robert Dumais. Jr., 

31 Shady Circle Dr., Rocky Mount 27803 273 

Koues, Frank Bleecker, 2047 Elizabeth Ave., Westtield, N. J... 128, 240 
Kramer, Roger Hartley. 

408 North 6th St., Wyoming, 111. 61491...... ...148, 160, 240 

Krapels, Wilhelmina M., 800 Carrick St., High Point 26272.. 114, 252 
Kraus, Joseph Harry, Jr., 

514 Wiltshire Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. 19082 168, 240 

Krebs, Helen Isabelle, 203 W. Walnut St., Alexandria, Va. 22301. .273 
Krest. Claudia Ann. 

5055 Sunny Side Dr.. S.W., Roanoke, Va. 24018 273 

Kroustalis, Christopher S., 

1461 Kenwood St., Winston-Salem 27103 129, 240 

Krupitzer, Linda Ruth, 

5213 Alcon Dr., Camp Springs, Md. 20031 262 

Kuhn. George Washington Simon, HI, 

242 Boulevard, High Point 27262 89, 273 

Kushner, Bruce Allen, 140 Springfield Rd., Elizabeth, N. J. 07208. .273 
Kyle, James Walter. 

3301 Hermitage Rd., Birmingham, Ala. 35323 273 

LaFoy, Brvant Eugene, 432 Shawnee Lane, Lantana, Fla. 33462. .273 

Lake, Ralph Bmford, 1126 Elgin PI., Greensboro 154, 240 

Lamb. Bruce Edward, 

1054 Nicholson Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44107 158 

Lambe, William Hutchins, Jr., 

4550 Bradbury Dr., Charlotte 28209 92, 95, 105, 262 

Lambert, James H., 205 Main St., Parsons, W. Va. 26287 252 

Lambert, John Wesley, Jr., 

Rt. 8, Shattalon Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 240 

Lambelh, Julius Hamilton, 2001 Liberty Dr., Greensboro 27408.. ..262 

Landreth, Johnny Richard, RFD 2, Kernersville 27284 273 

Lane, Edgar Winslow, III, 308 Bouchard St., Valdese 150, 240 

Lane, Sidney Johnston. 510 Young St., Henderson 27536. .113, 240 
Langford. Linda Lorena, 2538 Heutte Dr., Norfolk, Va. 23518. .273 
Laroque, George Paul, 

1306 Independent St., Kinston 28501 162, 262 

Larson, Neal Herbert, 

9408 Thornhill Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 20901 252 

Lasley. Carol Jane. 

295 W. Mountain St.. Kernersville 43, 85, 252 

Lassiter, Charles Butler, 

216 Brookhaven Dr., Covington, Ga. 30209 273 

Laster, Anna Elizabeth, 

4862 Hawkwood Trail, Winston-Salem 27103. 252 

Laughlin, John Charles Hugh, 

2419 Lyndhurst Ave., Winston-Salem 240 

Laughridge, Willie J., Ill, 3301 S. York St., Gastonia 193, 195 

Law, James Arlie 213 Morgan St., Spray 27352 166, 240 

Lawrence, David Eugene, 

1709 Military Hwy., Pineville, La. 71360 289 

Lawrence, Joe Gray, 

13 Park Rd., Biltmore Forest, Asheville 28803 95, 273 



Lawson, George Lewis, 

1436 Penlan Dr., Fairmont, W. Va. 26554 273 

Lawson, Judith Jean, 

156 S. Sycamore St.. Mooresville 28115 173, 252 

Lawson, Stephen Craig, 

2116 Haymount St., Box 1555. Winston-Salem 273 

Layton. Meldine Burke, 1840 Faculty Dr., 

Box 7432 Rey Sta., Winston-Salem 27106 149, 252 

Leader. Richard Gordon, 

1661 Weedon Rd., Wayne, Pa. 19087 115, 273 

Leagans, C. Ellis, Rt. 5, Mocksville 27028 240 

Leathers, Gordon Thackston. 305 S. Chestnut St., Henderson 252 

Lealherwood, Lawrence Bradley, 

Box 826. Hillside Ter.. Waynesville 28786 87. 150, 241 

Lee, Charles Floyd, 

105-B. Wake Forest Student Apts., Winston-Salem 280, 285 

Lee, Elizabeth Ann, 

2180 Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 27106 252 

Lee. Jonathan William, 

604 N. 10th St., Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32050 170, 252 

Lee, Robert Edward, 706 High St., Murfreesboro 157 

Lee, Robert Michael, 

604 10th St., N., Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32050 273 

Lee, See Woo, 287-1 Chong Ro 5 KA, Seoul, Korea 129, 289 

Lee, William Yu-Ming, 

18 Lane I, Chenii St. Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan, Free China 289 

Leeper, Emmett Matthew, Jr., 

504 Lake Gracie Dr., Box 1483, Eustis, Fla. 32726. .113, 166, 262 

Leffler, John Michael, 1456 Burns, Wichita, Kan 273 

Leggett, Caroll Harden, Box 104, Buies Creek 281, 282, 287 

Leggett, Robert Bradford, Jr., 

225 N.E. 3rd St., Boca Raton, Fla. 33432 286 

Lembo. Keith Douglas, 76 Ruth Ave., Hawthorne, N. J 164, 262 

Lemza, Douglas John, 69 Stillwell Rd., Kendall Park, N. J. 08824..273 

Leoczko, Borys, 1400 Darden St., High Point 27252 241 

Leonard, Barbara Lynn, 

250 Pine Valley Rd., Winston-Salem 27104 252 

Lesko. Naomi Ruth. 4421 S.W. 3 St., Miami, Fla. 33134..88, 129, 241 

Levi, Linda Ruth, 8052 Dell St., Norfolk, Va. 23505 95 

Lewis, Carolyn Louise, Box 313, Cherryville 252 

Lewis, Charles Pell, III, 

813 S. Main St., Reidsville 27320 164, 252 

Lewis, Jack Weston, Jr., 

Rt. 2, Grove Park Dr., Florence, S. C. 29501. 156, 217, 228 
Lewis, Joseph Allen, Jr., 

1028 S. Edisto. Box 350, Florence, S. C. 29501 252 

Lewis, Lawrence Tayloe. Rt. 2, Box 174, Denton, Md. 21529 273 

Lewis. Michael Joseph. Rt. 4, Winston-Salem 27107 170, 241 

Lewis, Susan Henley, 

409 Knollwood Rd., Box 45, Kannapolis 28081 262 

Liles, Edmond Harold, 

1615 Woodland Ave., Burlington 27215 148, 273 

Linden, Peter Nathan, 8 Gloucester St., Boston, Mass 262 

Lilyquist, Kenton Richard, 755 Currituck Dr., Raleigh 27609 273 

Lindner, Carol Ann, 

515 Mayflower Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 33405 273 

Lineberry, Albert Shuler, Jr., 

1105 Montpelier Dr., Greensboro 164, 252 

Liner, Anthony Michael, 

2805 Shaftshury Dr., Durham 27705 162, 263 

Liner, David Vernon, Oak Ridge Rd., Kernersville 28284.285, 285 
Link, William Kermit. Jr., 

Box 402, Rt. 8, Lexington 27292 125, 252 

Lipford, Shara Leigh. P. O. Box 351, Bassett, Va. 24055 273 

Lish. Robert Franklin, 1219 W. 4th St., Winston-Salem 27101 89 

Livermon. James S.. 735 Anson St.. Apt. 19. Winston-Salem. .280, 287 
Lochte, Cynthia Ellen, 

6013 Benalder Dr., Washington, D. C. 20016 273 

Loftin, William Dennis, 

412 Sardis Ln., Charlotte 28211 89, 110, 111 

Logan. James Howard. 10 Columbia Ave., Greenville, Pa, 16125. .241 
London. Randall Wayne. 

917 Rambling Dr., Bahimore, Md. 21228 168, 241 

Long, Anne Marlow, Rt. 1, Box 172, Pinesville 28134 262 

Long, James David., Jr., 112 Franklin St., Pineville 28134.128, 241 
Long, Michael Meredith, 429 Inwood Rd., Linden, N. J. 07038. ...228 

Long, Paul Erwin, Box 325, Roxboro 27573 102, 170, 253 

Long, Samuel H., Ill, 

409 Hickory Dr.. Elberton, Ga. 30635 102, 267, 273 

Looney, Georgia Nell, 

1508 Warpath Dr., Kingsport, Tenn 85, 87, 114, 175, 241 

Lott. Charles Benton. 2130 Gamble Rd., West Field, N. J 273 

Love, George M., 2241 W. High, Lima, 289 

Love, Sherwood Lee, Box 365, Gretna, Va., 24557 273 

Lovekin, Stephen Loder-Lane, 

Apt. 102B Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 241, 286 

Lowe, Elizabeth Louise, 

201 S. Canterbury Rd., Charlotte 28211 171, 252 



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Lowe. Johnny Carner. P. O. Box 844, Statesville 28677. ...__ 

Lowsietter, James Frederick, 

2322 Lambeth Dr., BridgevlUe, Pa. 15017 

Luckadoo. Vaughan Charles. 

Rt. 6. Box 216, Salisbury 28144 Ill, 

Ludemann, Edward Walter, 

6 Boxwood Ln.. Roslyn Heights, N. Y 280, 

Ludlam, Joel August. 11 Linden Ave.. Merchantville, N. J. 08109. 
Ludwig. Roberdeau Allison, 

41U0 Chain Bridge Rd.. Fairfax. Va. 22030... 113, 

Luker, Barbara Gae, 126 Crown Ave., Ft. Thomas, Ky. 41075... 
Lyie. Richard Reed. 

937 Brookmont Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32211 170, 

Lynch, Mary Anne, 

National Fish Hatchery, Wythville, Va. 24382 

Lynch, Sharon, 404 N. 14th St., Ocean City, Md. 21842 



..9, 14, 149. 175, 252 



33138 285, 

Monroe 



McAdams, Marian Ceceilia, 

321 Lorraine Dr., Rockville, Md 

McAllister, Norman Charles, 

1808 West Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 

McBee, Helen Margaret, 

503 Claremont Ave.. Marion 28752 114. 175, 

McBride, Suzanne, 600 W. Picket St., Alexandria, Va. 22304 

McCall. Patricia Helen, 101 Cherokee Dr., Lenoir 175, 

McCarthy, William Joseph, R.D. 1, Coopersburg, Pa 281, 282, 

McCartney, Charles Edward, Jr., 

4302 Tallwood Dr., Greensboro 27410 

McCauley. Deann Marie. 

305 McDonald Ave., Greenville, S. C. 29609 

McClymonds. Robert Clyde, 

1201 N.E. 88 St., Miami. Fla. 
McCollum. Joe Pearson, Jr., Rt. 3, 
McConnell, Alexander Dermet, 

3316 Fielding Ave., Charlotte 28211 166, 

McConnell, Edward Boyd, 237 Linden Dr., Danville, Va...l56, 
McCord, Ronald Scott, 

1764 Fairfax St., Petersburg, Va. 23805 110, 

McCorkle. Philip Hunter, 

1600 N. Harrison St., Arlington. Va. 22205 

McCotter, Richard Palmer, 

332 Buncombe St.. Raleigh 27607 

McCoy, Harold Paul. Jr.. Rt. 2, Box 17-H, Ahoskie 27910 

McCracken, James Robert. 

785 Austin Lane, Winston-Salem 27106 

MacDermod, Prudence Ellen, 

107 Tulip Dr.. Gaithersburg. Md. 20760 180, 

McDonald, Florence Elizabeth, 

181 Pme Lake Dr., Atlanta, Ga. 30327 

McDonald. Pamela Lee, 

3840 N.E. 27th Ter., Lighthouse Point, Fla. 33064 

McDowell, Harold Carlyle, 20 Myrtle St., Belmont 28012 

McDowell. Larry Jerome. 3102 Corzna Circle, High Point 27263. 

McDuffie, James Christopher, 103 White St., E. Rockingham 

McEniry. Kathryn Lee, 238 W. Stetson. De Lane, Fla. 32720 

McGahey. Nancy Jane, 500 W. Parkway, High Point 27262 

McGeary, Linda B., 

2009 Woodberry St., Hyattsville, Md. 20782 182, 

McGinn, Max Daniel, 

1545 Gaston St., Afli. Winston-Salem 280, 

McGinnis, John Witherspoon, 

1404 Chillowee Dr., Knoxville, Tenn. 37914 164. 

McGinty, M. Maxine, Box 63, Oglethorpe College, Atlanta, Ga.. 

McGrady, Patsy Marlene, Box 596, Biscoe 180, 

McGuire, Lloyd Daryl, 928 Fastchester Dr., High Point 

McHam. Gary Sanford, 14 A. St., Inman, S. C. 29349 

Mclnlyre. Charlie Smith, Jr., 

306 E. 19th St., Lumberton 104, 160, 

McKee, Pamela Anne, 

715 Linwood Ave.. Collingswood, N. J. 08108 180, 

McKinney, John Thomas, Jr.. 

242 Fairforest Rd., Spartanburg. S. C 285, 

McLawhorn, Sheila Faye, 

Rt. 5, Lake Circle Dr., Greenville, S. C. 29609 

McLean. Susan Catherine. 

559 Chestnut St., Coatesville, Pa. 19320 110, 126, 

McLeod, John Michael, 1009 W. Harnett St., Dunn 

McMichael, Margaret Dianne, 

2362 Elizabeth Ave.. Winston-Salem 27103 

McMurry. Donald Richard, 

6 W. F. C. Trailer Court, Winston-Salem 84, 87, 193, 

McMurry, Phyllis Annette, 

1309 Hunt St., Shelby 28150 115, 176, 

McNabb, George Anthony, 

Hopkins Lane, Snow Hill, Md. 28150 113, 

McNaught, Mary Claire, 

420 Pennsylvania Ave., Winston-Salem 27102 

McNeil, John Paul. Ill, 

4319 Ferry Landing Rd., Alexandria, Va. 22309 170, 



McNeill, Robert Hayes, II, 

248 Dutchman Creek Rd.. Elkin 28621 285,286 

McNeill, Robert Hayes, Jr.. Country Club Rd., Wilkesboro 252 

McQueeney, H. John, 11 Hancock St., Everett, Mass. 02149 195 

McOuillen. Bruce K., 

2808 Ranch Rd., S. Charleston. W. Va. 25303 273 

McRae, Anne Beach, Box 128, Peachland 28133 252 

McRae, Robert Redfern, Jr., Box 116, Peachland 28133 263 

MacVittie, Ronald Bruce, 

494 Chamberlain Dr., Marietta, O. 45705. .170, 218, 219, 263 
Mabry, Sara Frances, 420 East Cannon Ave., Albemarle 28001 ..273 
Mackie. Jeffery Thomas, 

2440 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 263 

Macon, Bennett Alston, Jr., 421 Woodland Rd., Henderson,.. 156, 241 

Maddox. Don. Box 920 Hobbs, N. M 280, 287 

Maddrey, Betty Hill. 

732 N. Main. Mooresville 28115 110, 175, 241 

Maddrey, Joseph Gordon, Wedgewood Apt. 43, Raleigh.. 146, 281, 287 
Magee, Janet Alice, 6427 Portal Ave., Oxen Hill, Md. 27106. .173, 263 
Main. Roger Phillip, Oxmead Rd., Burlington, N. J. 08016. .112, 273 
Malavasic, Michael John, Jr.. 

Box 17. Little Falls, N. Y. 13365 153, 252 

Malbon, Elizabeth Ann, 

85 Wooding Ave.. Nixon, N. J. 08817 149, 176, 241 

Malone, Henry Bettis, III, 

319 Otteray Dr., High Point 27262 86, 113, 125, 241 

Mandeville. Michael Ernest, Rt. 4, Box 267-A, Candler 28715 125 

Mangum. Patricia Louise, 

300 N. Thompson St., Monroe 28110 182, 252 

Mann, John Aaron, 195 Hahn PI., S.E., Concord 28025. .110, 241 

Manning, Jean Carol, 508 West Bay St., Dunn 28334 241 

Mark, William Rothwell, 

69 Oaklawn Ave., Newton. Mass. 02166 153, 241 

Markham, Michael Dover, 

7 Fairlawn Apts.. Winnsboro, S. C. 29180 263 

Marley. Alfred Ray, Jr., 

2705 Waldorf Circle, Winston-Salem 27106 281 

Marra, Marietta Rose, 309 Sunny Ln., Clearwater, Fla. 33517 289 

Marsalis, Earl Lewis. 

615 Silverbell Dr.. Edgewood, Md. 21040 113, 273 

Marshall, Christopher Lee, 

733 Myrtle Rd., Charleston, W. Va 162, 252 

Marshall, Donna Lee, 5880 S.W. 53 Ter., Miami, Fla. 33155 274 

Marshall. John Lyons. 

Student Apt. 109-B, Winston-Salem 27106 86, 241 

Marshall, James Mcknight, Box 188, Moncks Corner, S. C. 29461. .289 
Marshall. Larry Anthony, 

2367 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 274 

Martin, Cassandra Jo, 

327 Clifton Rd., Rocky Mount 30, 92, 175, 263 

Martin, James Kenneth, 

2510 Gaither St., Hillcrest Heights, Md. 20031.98, 109, 110, 263 

Martin, Jerry Cash, 119 Muse Ave.. Mount Airy 27030 274 

Martin, John Charles, 1908 Cedar St., Durham ...281, 287 

Martin, James Nello, Jr., 

4320 Ben Gunn Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. 23455.. 12, 124, 263 

Martin, James Thayer, Jr., Box 366, Liberty 281, 287 

Martin, Stephen Merritt, 

4100 Indian Lake Circle, Stone Mountain, Ga 119 

Masline, Donald Drew, 

Cedarwood Rt. 1, Jamestown 87, 113, 153, 253 

Mason, Celeste, 307 Prince St., Laurinburg 180, 241 

Mason, James Wilson, Harrellsville 27942 128, 253 

Mason, Mark Stephen, 

6432 31st St., N.W., Washington, D. C. 20015. .113, 158, 263 
Masters, Douglas Joseph, 1407 Capri Rd., Winston-Salem 27106.-263 

Matson, John Paul. 9503 Bruce Dr.. Silver Spring, Md. 20901 274 

Matthews. Margaret Elizabeth, Box 206, Burgaw 28425 253 

Matthieu, Donald Edwin, 535 Woodvale Dr., Greensboro 27646. ...86 

Mattocks, Noland Randolph, Jr.. Box 137. Rose Hill 28458 285 

Mattox. William Paul. 905 W. Pearsall, Dunn 156, 263 

Mauger, Susan Lynn, 

155 E. Bettlewood Ave.. Oaklyn, N. J. 08107 274 

Mauney, William Lawrence. Jr., 

704 W. Mountain St.. Kings Mountain 28086 89, 274 

May, Donna Bird, 

355 Chub St., Lakeland, Fla. 33801 87, 113, 180, 203, 241 

May, John Manning, Box 233, Spring Hope 21882 274 

Mayhew, Roger William, Rt. 6, Lexington 27292 253 

Maynes, Barry Russell, 17 Oakes St., Milbury, Mass. 01527 274 

Medlin, Ann Lashley, Westwood-McNeill Dr., Laurinburg. 175, 253 

Meech, David Matteson, 436 W. End Ave., Statesville 28677 274 

Mefford. Thomas Fleetwood, 

105 Stearns Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 274 

Mellin, Deanne Evelyn, 

935 Hughes Dr., St. Albans, W. Va. 25177 17, 274 

Melson, William Lloyd, 

2913 Van Buren St., Wilmington, Del. 19802 88, 110, 253 



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Melton. Larry McKinley. Rt. 2. Box 93, Gastonia 28052 110 

Melton, Rebecca Ann, State Road 28676 182, 253 

Melvin, Dennis Henry. 

3412 Andover Dr., Fairfax, Va. 22030 110, 128, 274 

Memory, John Madison. Box 66. Wagram .282. 287 

Meredith, John Budd, Jr.. 218 Portland PI., Richmond, Va 241 

Messick, William Holmes, 

Kings Highway, Clarksburg, N. J. 08020 253 

Messinger. Timothy Ray, 

72 Curtis Parkway, Kenmore, N. Y. 14223 -- 263 

Meyer, Ann Mane, 2009 Garfield, Granite City, 111. 62042.. 176, 263 
Meyer, David Cromwell, 

4701 Kenmore Ave., Apt. 1005, Alexandria, Va. 22304. .113, 253 

Michaelides, Sophocles Cratinos, Box 59, Larnaca, Cyprus 129 

Michaels, Clara Jean, Box 636, Morganton 28655 274 

Milam. Jennifer Sue, 

30h Move St.. Barnesville. Ga. 30204 110, 180. 253 

Milberg. Jeffre Allan, 645 11th Ave., N.W., Cairo, Ga 241 

Mileham. William Dunning, 

1905 Chester Ave., Abington. Pa 168, 253 

Mill, Hannah Ryan, Bishop's Millstone, Gambler, Ohio.. 182, 263 

Miller, Frances Jane, Rt. 2. Box 1133-B, Charlotte 28810 274 

Miller, George Thompson, 202 Chestnut St.. Lexington 253 

Miller, Harold Daniel. 571 .Mission Rd., Winston-Salem 27103... .263 

Miller. James Arthur, Box 44, State Road 89, 263 

Miller, Joel Byron, Rt. 7, Box 130, Statesville 28677 274 

Miller, Keith Thomas, 

6211 N.W. 37 Ter., Miami Springs, Fla. 33166 153, 263 

Miller, Leonard Ezekiel, Rt. 5, Mocksville 289 

Miller, Robert Bruce, 18 Rhoda St., Canton 28716 263 

Miller, Shirley Elizabeth. 

4208 S. 4th St.. Arlington. Va. 22204 175, 241 

Million, Thomas Jackson, 

732 Teasel Dr.. Box 934, Kingsport, Tenn 263 

Mills. Jessee Lee. Ill, 218 N. 4th Ave.. Mayodan 27027 263 

Miner, Philip Case, 705 Ward St., Marietta, 168, 253 

Miners, Richard Alan, 13 Ciecle Dr., Rumson, N. J. 07760.112, 253 
Minton, Laurin Camille. 

215 Homewood Ave.. Greensboro 27403 112, 114, 178, 253 

Mitchell. Don Thomas. Rt. I, Westfield 27053 263 

Mitchell, Linda Diane, 

1921 N. Utah St.. Arlington, Va. 22207 87, 241 

Moate, Nancy Ann, 801 Clubhouse Dr., Holden, W. Va. 25625 274 

Mohap. Frank Joseph. Jr.. 

1526 Lois Ln.. Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 2, 11, 127 

Mohn, Thomas V., 105 Simpson Rd., Ardmore, Pa. 19003 274 

Mohr. Thomas P.. 128 Longview Dr.. Springfield, Pa. 19004. 168. 263 
Moller. Miriam Cooper, 605 N. Piedmont, Kings Mountain 28086. .289 
Moody, Joseph Franklin. III. 

2901 Sunset Dr., Charlton Hgts., W. Va 253 

Moore, Bobby Gray, R.F.D. 1. King 27021 253 

Moore, Edward Grant. 706 Deese St., Monroe 89 

Moore, James Edgar, 4147 Walker Rd., Charlotte 28211 253 

Moore, Jerry Douglas, 113-B, Student Apts.. Winston-Salem 281 

Moore. Jerry Wayne. 162 N. Grand Ave., Ft. Thomas. Ky 253 

Moore. Linda Ann. Kennedy Memorial Home. Kinston 28501 274 

Moore. Lois Carol, 1279 Queensgate Ave., Gastonia 182, 253 

Moore, Wayne Eugene, 

Richmond Hill Apt. 1. Rt. 1. Tohaccoville 27050 289 

Morcock, Robert Edward, 

10526 Edgemont Dr., Adelphi, Md. 20783 289 

Morgan, Fredric Leslie, Jr., 

1412 San Juan Ave., Fort Myers, Fla. 33902.. .121, 126, 129 
Morgan, Nelda Nan, 

P. O. Box 61. Wilkesboro 28697 Ill, 121, 180, 263 

Morgan, Richard Darl, 500 Lakewood Dr., Lexington 27292 113 

Morgan, Vicki Ellen, 410 Forrest Ave., High Point 26262.. 176, 253 
Morgan, Betty Jo, 432 Spring St., S.W., Concord 28025.. 180, 253 
Morris, Harvey Howard, Jr.. 

10506 Waltham Dr.. Richmond, Va. 23229 274 

Morris. Henry Ferguson. Jr.. 

506 N. Broadway, Pitman, N. J. 08071 154, 263 

Morris, James Delwood, II, RED 2, Chestertown, Md. 21620 263 

Morris, Leslie Morgan, Jr., 1122 S. Edgemont, Gastonia 241 

Morris, Ronnie Walter, 507 Ashe St., High Point 156, 242 

Morrison. Mary Joanna, 430 Holderness St., Atlanta, Ga. 30310. .242 
Morrow, Judith Claire, 

Cokesbury Rd.. RD. 2, Lebanon, N. J. 08833 274 

Morse, Mary Katherine, 

425 S.E. 17 Ter. Deerfield Beach, Fla. 33441 274 

Morton, David Kirby, 

1729 Brookwood Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 274 

Morton, Harold Rissel, 2243 E. Vine St., Harfield, Pa. 19440. 153, 263 
Morton, James Winston, 

1729 Brookwood Dr.. Winston-Salem 27106 263 

Morton, Thomas Rex, West Jefferson 29694 253 

Moser, Kenneth Allen, 1912 S. Main St., Kannapolis 28081 287 

Moser, Robert Patrick, 2009-K Maywood St., Greensboro 27403. .287 



Moser, William Frank, P. O. Box 98, Salisbury 281 

Mount, Joe David, 

3230 Woodland Pkwy.. Columbus, O. 47906 170, 253 

Mount, Philip Maxwell, 48 Greenfield Ave., Bronxville. N. Y 289 

Mountney. Gwendolyn Lea, 

1193 Francisco Rd,. Columbus, O. 43221 274 

Moyer, Thomas Roy, 1407 Phila. St., York, Pa. 17404 168, 263 

Moyer. Timothy Erwin. Blooming Glen. Pa. 18911 274 

Mulkey. Michael Stephen. 

704 Hillsrcst Dr.. Rockingham 89, 148, 274 

Mullen. Herbert Taylor. Jr.. South Mills 281, 286 

Mulligan, James Bruce, 625 N. 16th St., Paducah, Ky. 42001. .285, 286 
Mumford. Robert Stephen. 

15 Milburn Dr., Bloomfield, Conn. 06002 154, 253 

Mummaw. Henry Harrison. 

1011 Polo Rd.. Winston-Salem 27106 281, 286 

Murchison, Lynda Louise, 1040 Dooley Dr., Charlotte 28212 242 

Murdoch, Norma H., 1241 Adams St., Macon, Ga...82, 93. 97, 263 
Murdock. Robert Humphries, Jr.. 

311 Hoke St., New Bern 28560 113, 121, 263 

Murphy, Barry Phillips, 

1114 Isabel Ln.. West Chester, Pa. 19380 163, 263 

Murphy, Carol Ann, 

1318 Townsend Blvd., Jacksonville. Fla. 32211 175. 253 

Murray, Carlos William, Jr., 

2301 E. 5th St., Greenville 27834 281, 282, 286 

Mutton, Thomas Paul, 1000 Hazelton St., Eustic, Fla. 32726.89. 263 
Myers, Sandra Leigh, Box 212, West Jefferson 28694 242 



Nagin, Laurance Wm.. 425 Beach 146 St.. Rockaway Park 11694. 

Nance, Susan Elizabeth, Coharie Dr.. Clinton 28328 110. 

Nanney, Judith Karen. 2409 Wade Hampton Blvd., 

Greenville, S. C. 29607 89, 110, 121, 178, 

Naphas, James Harry, 31 S. Summit Ave., Pittman, N. J. 08071... 

Napier, Mary Anna, Rt. 3, Marshville 

Nash. Richard F , 560 Golden Harbour Dr., Boca Raton, Fla.... 
Nasser. Raymond T., 

239 nth Ave., Huntington, W. Va. 25701 170, 

Neal, Donna Gail, 838 Crescent Dr., Reidsville 27320 

Neale, Michael Benjamin, 

1200 .S. Weller. Springfield, Mo. 65804 

Nelson. Broxie Jay. 

Student Apt. 101-A, Faculty Dr.. Winston-Salem 27106 

Nelson, David Sanford, 3937 Waddell St., Winston-Salem 27105... 

Nelson, Joan Maria. Star Rt.. Atlantic 28511 

Nesbitt. Lynn Webster, 25 Beech Ave., 

Berkley Heights, N. J. 07922 35, 154, 193, 195, 

Newman, William Anderson, 

5002 Russett Rd.. Rockville. Md. 20853 126, 

Newsom, Susie Sharp, 

Rt. 8, Green Meadow Acres, Winston-Salem 27106 

Newton, Edward Traywick, III. 

406 Englewood Ave.. Durham 113, 

Newton, Linda Maye, 1309 W, Nash St.. Wilson 27893 

Niblock. Roger Conrad. Jr., 487 Ridgeway Ave., Statesville 28677. 
Nichols. Duncan Lawrence, Jr., 

328 5th Ave.. N.E., Hickory 28601 170, 

Nichols, James Dale, 

600 N. Country Club Rd., Newark, Del. 19711 

Nicholson. Eileen M., 3915 Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh Ill, 

Nicholson, Frank Cole, Jr.. 

2555 Woodberry Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 

Nicholson, Paul Coe, Box 13, Low Lane, Bristol, R. 1 153. 

Nickol, Lynn Barry, 2400 Sunset Rd., York. Pa. 17402 

Nicola. Ronald Dennis. 217 Beech Ter., Wayne, N. J. 07407. .285, 
Niedziaiek, Donald Allen, 

132 Martha Ave., East Patterson, N. J. 07407 170, 

Nifong, Norman Lee, Rt. 4. Winston-Salem 27107 

Nieuwenhuis. Eline Wilhelmina, 

201 Wrenn Ave.. Mount Airy 27030 180, 

Nix. James .Andrew. 3613 Drayton Rd., Fayetteville 28304.89, 
Nixon. Tommy Durr, Box 65, Catawba Heights, Belmont 28012... 
Nodell, Theodore Adelbert. 

2720 Rothwood Dr., Charlotte 28211 158, 

Noell, Louis Leiand, Rt. 3. Mary Lane, Danville. Va 

Noland, Sarah Jane. 1267 Lanier Rd., Martinsville, Va. 24112 

Norfleet, Emma Carolyn, 

129 Hollywood Ave.. Hampton. Va. 23361 110, 180, 

Norris, Jade Elizabeth, 411 Woodland Ave., 

Gastonia 28052 105. 107, 142, 180, 232, 

North, Sherry Leigh, 5602 Maco Ln., Louisville, Ky. 402 19. 115, 
Nunnallee. Thomas Lee, Rt. 1, Box 1548, Avon Park, Fla. 33825. 



Oakley. Phil Michael, 611 Howard St., Greensboro 27403 289 

Oakley, Sarajane, 3765 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville, Ky 93, 274 

Oberle, Spencer Martin, Box 791, Avon Park, Fla. 33825 274 

Odom. Austine Byrd, 223 N. Tennessee Ave., 

Martinsburg, Va. 25401 43, 109, 141, 180, 254 



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Oelken, Stanley Gene, 

627 Kimhark St., Longmont, Colo. 80501 93, 

Oh, Yaw Tatt, 484 E, Bayan Lepas, Penang, Malaysia.. 129, 

O'Hara, Leonard F, 1610 Sullivan Dr., Norrislown, Pa 

Oliver, Melvin Jabez, Jr., Rl. 2, Smithfield 27577 154, 

Oliver, William Rayford, Box 29, Smithfield 27577 

Olley, John Gregory, 

3112 Colony Ln., Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 19462 

Olsen, Cynthia Louise, 3110 Shannon Dr., Winston-Salem 27106. 
Oplinger, Robert Carl, 

530 E. 5th St., Northampton, Pa. 18067 87, 195, 

Orser, Paul Nelson, 516 Haws Ln., Oreland, Pa. 19075 

Ott. David Louis, 

5534 Sherrell Dr., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30305 156, 

Ours, Stuart Curtis, 

8005 Mimosa Dr. 
Outlaw, Nancy Sue, 

1013 Westover Ave., Box 474, Kinston 28501 110, 

Overman, William Henry, Jr., 

519 Vance St., Roanoke Rapids 30, 92, 104, 158, 

Overton, William Allen, 64 Munroe St., Boston, Mass. 021 19. .195, 

Owen, James Griffin, Box 780, Waynesville 28786 

Owen, Mary Helen, Box 780, Waynesville 28786 

Owen, Wade Steven, 1421 Trinity Ave., High Point 27260 

Owen, William Boyd. Jr.. Box 780, Waynesville 28786. ..160, 

Owens, Sat>dra Sue, Rt. 1, Box 55, McGrady 28649 

Owensby, Suzanne, 

309 W. First St., China Grove 28023 182, 

Pagliara, Kathleen Ann, 408 Holly Dr., Wyckoff, N. J. 07481.-93, 
Pail, Norbert John, 

1203 Haslage Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15212 285, 

Painter, Sankey Reid, Rt. 5, Banner Elk 28604 

Pamplin, Charles Lewis, 

1104 Brantford Ave., Silver Spring, Md. 20904 

Pantera, Richard Leo, 

6087 Webster Rd., Orchard Park, Md. 14127 88, 166, 

Park, Margaret Anne, 

118 Oakdale Ave., Catonsville, Md. 21228 173, 

Parker, Charles Benjamin, 

318 S. Elm St., Marshville 28103 156, 

Parker, George Edgar, 

1513 Canterbury Rd., Raleigh 162, 218, 219. 231, 

Parker, Janet Carolyn, Rt. 7, Box 110, Lexington 27292 

Parker, Susan Ray, Box 674, Erwin 28339 

Parker, William Joseph. Jr., 

122 S. Main St., Box 28, Laurinburg. 158, 

Parkinson, Sue Ellen, 208 Paul Dr., Moorestown, N. J. 08057 

Parks, Jeanne Ann, 328 County Home Rd., Lexington 27292 .. 
Parris, David Allen, 526 Calvin Ln., Rockville, Md. 20851. .113, 
Parrish; Margaret Lucille, Rt. 1, Sandy Fork Rd., Raleigh 27609. 

Parrish, Wilba Jean, Box 8, Spring Hope 27882 86, 

Partin, Jim Pittman, Jr., 114 W. Gale St., Edenton .162, 

Patchel, Kirk Edgar, 108 E. Franklin, Media, Pa. 19063 

Pate, Carlyle Duerr, 428 Shadowbrook Dr., Burlington 27215... 
Pate, Warren Leonard, 

902 West Cumberland St., Dunn 10, 85, 87, 101, 156, 

Patrick, Adele, 1880 Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 27106.93, 149, 
Patrick, Patricia Anne, 

N. Zion St., Winnsboro, S. C. 29180 86. 176, 

Patterson, William Sloan. 207 Parker St.. Kings Mountain 27086. 
Patteson, Nan Beverly, 

3812 Great Neck Ct., Alexandria, Va, 22309 114, 

Patton, John Blaine, 

2341 Onandaga Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43221 128, 

Paul, Charles Winfield, 1215 N. Market St., Washington 27889... 
Pavlis, Richard William, 200 Baylor Rd., Glen Burnie. Md. 21061. 
Paxton, John Erwin, 

1807 Hampton Dr., Florence. S. C. 29501 15. 128, 

Payne, A. Dudley. Jr., 

1400 N. Inglewood St., Arlington, Va. 22205 160, 

Peale, Ann Louise, 

2015 Dayton St., Silver Spring, Md. 20902 114, 

Pearce, Bronnie Clifton, Jr., 

220 Pine Valley Rd., Winston-Salem 158, 218. 

Pearsall, Holly, 100 Burke St., Easton, Pa. 18042..... 

Peatross, Clarence Earl, 1 1 1 S. Sunset Dr., Winston-Salem 

Peeler, Brenda Ruth, 221 S Third St., Albemarle 28001 

Pegram, Larry Deck, 1135 Carissa PI., Eau Gallic, Fla. 32935.. 
Pelton, Douglas Howes, Jr., 

431 Grandview Ave., Wyckoff. N. J 156. 

Penry, John Rodwell, Jr.. Box 63, Southmont 27351 

Perez, Sonia, 

K 29A, No. 72-73. Bogota, Colombia, South America 

Perretz, Robert Lee, Jr., 

272 Sangamon, Park Forest, 111 164, 195, 

Perry, Mark Braswell, 

2485 Ardmore Manor, Winston-Salem 27103 281, 

Perryman, Randolph Gray, 305 W. Second St., Lexington 27292 



Peterson, Barbara Ellen, 419 W. Main St., Forest City 264 

Pettit, Ruth Malene, 1418 Ebert St., Winston-Salem 93, 264 

Petty. Anne Elizabeth, 8-B Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem. ...242 
Pettyjohn, Roy James, 

4827 Hunter Trail, Chattanooga, Tenn 115, 264 

Pezzicola, Michael, 960 Lanning Ave., Trenton. N. J. 08638 264 

Pfister. Jeannie Lucille, 

1501 Griffith Rd., Monroe 28110 44, 110, 178, 254 

Phelps, Fred Lee. 3524 S. Elm St., Greensboro 27406 254 

Phillips, Anne Carolyn, 

100 Kemp Rd., W., Greensboro 110, ISO, 254 

Phillips, Wilson Haywood, Jr., 

1704 Cypress Dr., Box 297, Henderson 27536 168. 275 

Phillips, Harold Donovan, Jr., 

701 Central Ave., Box 209, Laurel, Del. 19956 264 

Picklesimer, John DeWitt, 

69 Pease Ave., Verona, N. J. 07044 168, 264 

Picon, William Joseph, 10318 Fleming Ave., Bethesda, Md, 20014..89 

Picone, Robert F., 2523 Grandy Ave., Norfolk, Va. 23509 289 

Pierce, Linda Jean, 1947 Lansdale Dr., Charlotte 28205 275 

Piercy, Fred P., 720 Chester Ave., Riverside, N. J. 08075. .168, 264 

Pike, Herbert Franklin, Rt. 4, Box 278, Siler City 242 

Pike, Judith Louise, 98 Blue Ridge Ave., Asheville 28806 275 

Pinkleton, Dennis Lee, 3927 Decatur St., Richmond, Va. 23224 275 

Pinson, Pamala, 

Fairview Addition, Williamson, W. Va. 25661 178. 264 

Pittard, William Bullock, III, 

5432 E. Princess Anne Rd., Norfolk, Va. 23502 86, 254 

Pitts, Larry William, Highway 16, Newton 28658 283 

Pleasent. Glenn Michael, 

2425 Mirror Lake Dr.. Fayetteville 28303 264 

Plonk, Robert Rhodes, 906 Crescent Circle. Kings Mountain 127 

Plott, Floyd Eugene, 

2900-B Kings Ridge Rd., Baltimore, Md. 21234 275 

Plummer, Frank R., Box 355, Henrietta 89, 275 

Poindexter, Larry Garfield, Rt. 1, Siloam 27047 254 

Polifko, Donald Kenneth, Jr., 4412 Tarpan Ln., Alexandria, Va...275 
Pollard, A. William, Jr., 93 Rua Nina Rodrigues, 

Jardom Botanico Rio de Janeiro, G.B., Brazil 148, 153, 242 

Pond, Patricia Anne, 8313 Pamala Dr., 

Richmond, Va. 23229 87, 110, 121, 129, 178. 242 

Poole, James Frederick, 25 Roberts St., Ashland, Mass 275 

Poole, William Avery, RED, Hiddenite 28636 275 

Poplin, Wayne Wade, 2918 Pleasant Garden Rd., Greensboro.. 254 

Porter, Elizabeth Tyler, Peach Ridge Rd., Athens, O. 45701 275 

Porter, John Andrew, 1039 Holmes, Salisbury 28144 264 

Porter, Richard Frank, 58 Woodworth Ave., Painesville, O. 44077. .275 

Porter, Robert H.. 939 South 26th St., Arlington, Va. 22202 254 

Posten, Cynthia Susan, 

3715 Venable Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 25304 275 

Poston, James Gordon, 

3104 Memorial Blvd., Kingsport, Tenn. 37664 156. 160. 254 

Poston, Robert Stephen, P. O. Box 792, Boiling Springs. .136, 254 

Poteat, William Louis, 412 Church St., Smithfield 148, 157 

Powell. James Tyle, Jr., "Coolmore," Tarboro 242 

Powell, Stephen Miles, 2 Carriage Ln., Levittown, N. Y. 11756.. ..275 
Powers, Susan Elena, 

Rt. 2, Box 141-T, Franklin, Va. 23851 13, 93. 275 

Powers, Susan Gail, Box 95, Lansing 28643 173, 264 

Pregnell, Mary Ann, 

3412 Winstead Rd., Rocky Mount 27803 93, 275 

Preissner, Robin Cheryl, 7810 Altamira, Coral Gables, Fla. 33143. .242 

Prentice, Ann Elaine, 17 Robin Rd., Simsbury, Co. 06070 242 

Preslar. Len Boughton, Jr., 

114 Glendale Ave., Box 1182, Concord 113, 160, 264 

Presslay, Gary James, 

179 Forest Hill Dr., Asheville 28803 129, 242 

Preston, Beverly Jeanne, Rt. 4, Box 356-P, Gainesville, Fla. 32601. .275 
Preston, Josephine Anna, 

921 Macon PI., Raleigh 27609 110. 275 

Prevatte, James Russell, Jr., Rt. 2, Red Springs 287 

Price. Barbara. 

413 Penny St., Garner 27529 102, 176, 242 

Price, Jimmy Douglas, 

1703 S. Perry St., Gastonia 28052 86, 264 

Price, Nancy Jean, 312 Myrtle Ln., Altavista, Va. 24517 275 

Price, Randy Lee, 54 Clinton Ave., Waverly, N. Y. 14892 275 

Pridgen, Sylvia Elizabeth, 

Box 932, Aiken, S. C 85. 87. 90, 94, 242 

Pritchard, Douglas Dussel, 

704 Evergreen Ave., Lexington 27292 158, 254 

Pritchett, Joel H., 404 Clayton St., Winston-Salem 242 

Pruitt, Jerry Lee, 720 Hudson St., Winston-Salem 27105 242 

Puckett, Roger Ray, P. O. Box 44, Mayberry, W. Va, 24861 254 

PuUiam, Rosemary Greenwood, 

28 W.F.C. Trailer Park, Winston-Salem 243 

Punger, Douglas S., 88 Chester Rd., Lynbrook, L. I., N, Y...153, 264 
Puryear, George Montague, Box 334, Lillington 27546 243 



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Quale, Chistopher Dunlap. 

13 Twin Hills Rd., Poughkeepsie, N. Y 88, 164, 264 

Queen, Doris Morgan, 

107 Wake Forest Apts., Winston-Salem 27106 289 

Queen, John Samuel, P. O. Box 910, Logan, W. Va. 25601 275 

Queen. Michael Glenn. 

110 Honeysuckle Ln.. Huntington, W. Va. 25701 160, 254 

Quillen, Richard James, 

122 Mumford St., Chincateagur, Va. 23336 243 

Rabenhorst, Susan Capell, 3703 Old Brownsboro Hills Rd., 

Louisville, Ky 84. 107, 149. 180, 

Radforf, Wanda Lee, Bo.x 427, Cliffside 28024 178, 179, 

Rainey. James Edward, 

668 Maple Ave., Asheboro 27203 285, 

Rainwater, Julian Clyde, 

7284 Reynolda St., Winston-Salem 143, 164. 

Raisner. William Russell, Jr., 

1101 Barclay Ter., Winston-Salem 170, 

Ramon, Sheila Verna, 19 Cocos Ln., 

Apra Heights, FPO San Francisco, Cal 110, 129, 

Rampy, Patricia Jo, 8110 Carrick Ln., Springfield, Va. 22151 

Ramsey, Douglas Thomas, 

704 Starling Ave., Martinsville, Va. 24112 160, 

Randall, Jay Charles, 

1304 Perry Park Dr., Box 784, Kinston 164, 

Randolph. Doris Greene. 

High Cliff Rd., Rt. 1, Pfafftown 27040 

Rankin. Edward Sims, 610 W. 12th St., Gastonia 28053 

Rankin, Michael Ray, 1840 Sharon Ln., Charlotte 28211 

Rapp, Philip Robert, 12 Park A\s.. Thomasville.-. 166, 

Rascoe, Robert Blum, 1829 Runnymede Rd., Winston-Salem..281, 
Ratliff, Jennie French, 2915 Oak Grove, Bluefield. W. Va. 24701. 
Ray, Haywood Wilson, Jr., 

2824 Hermitage Dr., Winston-Salem 27103 162, 

Ray, John Michael, 

1718 Banbury Rd., Raleigh 27608 101, 162, 

Reaves, Vickey R., 3425 Konnoak Dr., Winston-Salem 

Reavis, Janice Gayle, Rt. 2. Harmony 28634 

Reavis, Richmond George, Rt. 2, Harmony 28634 

Reck, Michael Ted, 894 Broadway, Hanover, Pa. 17331 

Redden, Charles Robert, Rt. 2. Clemmons 27102 285, 

Redding, Donna Jo. Box 518 Rural Hall 27045 111. 

Redding, Samuel Steele, Box 291, Asheboro 166. 

Reece, Nancy Ellen. 1307 Brookwood Dr., Winston-Salem 

Reed, Fred Warner, 908 Raspberry St., Erie, Pa. 16502 

Reed. James Yewell, Jr., Europa, Miss 281, 

Reed, Patricia Ann, 

223 E. Avondale, Greensboro 86, 175, 

Reed, Scott Eldridge, 223 E. Avondale, Greensboro 27403 

Reeder, Wonnie Carolyn. Rt. 5, Lancaster Rd., Monroe 28110 

Reeve, Bruce F.. 118 Hooper Ave., Toms River, N. J -. 

Reeves, Jimmy Dean, Crumpler 28617 

Regan, John Gabriel, 21-E College Village Apts., Winston-Salem. 
Register, Benjamin Hampton, 

6548 Pleasant Grove Rd., Charlotte 28214.... 

Reinhardt, Douglas Edward, RFD 1, Box 309-A, Elkin 28621 

Renegar, .Archie 1 ynn, Rt. 2. Hamptonville 27020 125, 

Renegar, Douglas McBane, 4508 Castle Ter., Lincoln AFB, Neb. 
Renfroe, Catherine McWhite, 

1015 Cherokee Trail, Martinsville, Va. 24113 

Renn, Pascal Hanson, Rt. 4, Frederick, Md. 21701 87, 

Reynolds. David Arthur, 

1127 Thornton Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 07060 154, 

Reynolds, John Lloyd, 

3366 Nottingham Rd., Winston-Salem 27104 89, 

Rice, Don Stephen, 5420 Bradley Blvd., Bethesda, Md. 20014 

Rice. Ivan Jack, 24611 Woodfield Rd., Damascus, Md 

Rice, James Claudia, 808 Birch Crest, Statesville 28677 

Rich, John Morris, P. O. Box 203, Wake Forest 105, 136, 

Rich, Thomas Lenwood, HI. Box 633, Fairmont 28340 

Richards, Thomas Jeffery, 3634 S. Austin Blvd., Cicero, 111. 60650. 
Richardson, Everette Leonard, Jr., 

1702 Fleming Rd., Greensboro 113, 125, 

Richmond, Rosalind Delores. RFD 1, Pfafftown 27040 

Ricks, Garland Duke, 1605 Grove St., Wilson 27893 156, 

Rifkin, Paul Louis, 34 Marlboro Rd., Asheville 

Riggs, Susan Marion, 

70 Belmont Dr., Livingston, N. J. 07039 121, 

Riley, Glenn, 

3103 Hazelton St., Falls Church, Va. 22044 124, 136, 

Riordan, Don Francis, Jr., 

1003 Ohio Ave., Ft. Pierce, Fla. 33540 124, 

Ritchie, John Calvin, 425 Lake Dr., Salisbury 156, 

Rivenbark, Susan Foxx. 813 Greenwood Dr., Greensboro ...180, 
Roach, Edgar M., Jr., Rt. 2, Box 152. Leaksville 27823. .166. 
Roberson, Donald Gray, Rt. 3. Box 248. Reidsville 27320. .243. 
Roberson, Martha Ann. 

Box 382. 603 Sherrod Heights. Enfield 27823 180, 



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Roberts, James Lloyd, 444 Sandford Ave., Mocksville 27028 285 

Robertson, John Foster, 

6121 Yellowstone Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22312 254 

Robertson, Linda Gayle, 

400 Black Mountain Ave.. Black Mountain 275 

Robinson, Bruce Hamilton, 

2725 Cooleemee Dr., Raleigh 89, 95, 287 

Robinson. Deborah. 1001 Bouldecrest Dr., Marietta, Ga. 30060.264 
Robinson, Earl William, Jr., 

106 S. Belvedere, Gastonia 28052 166, 264 

Robinson, Harriet Faye. Rt. 4, Box 630, Lincolnton 28092. .121, 243 
Robinson, James Barnette, 

3348 Martha Custis Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22303 275 

Robinson, Linton M., 

2412 Barrington Circle, Fayetteville 28303 275 

Robinson, Mark, 2359 Canterbury Rd.. Columbus, O. 4322I..I09, 243 

Robinson, Thomas Edwards. 2802 Parker Ave., Wheaton, Md 254 

Robinson. Thomas Jefferson. Jr.. 

2381-A Ardmore Ter.. Winston-Salem 27103 281. 283 

Robinson. Theodoore Lamar, Jr., 

1715 Davis Park Rd., Gastonia 28053 160, 283, 286 

Rosborough, Jon William. 4 Winlergreen Ave., 

Newburgh, N. Y. 12550 89, 112, 124, 153. 243 

Rose, James Robert, 2502 Carey Rd.. Kinston 28501 163 

Rose. Walter Franklin, Jr., Box 506, Ahoskie 275 

Roseberry, Elizabeth Ann, 1501 Wendover Rd., 

Charlotte 28211 86, HI. 129. 254 

Rosemond, Thomas C, 2372 Walker Ave., Winston-Salem 27103.. ..87 
Ross, Charles Edward, 

345 Lexington Rd., Asheboro 27203 148, 166, 243 

Ross, Donald Lynwood, 

2422 Homestead Dr.. Silver Spring, Md. 20902 275 

Ross. Rebecca Shrewsbury. 

872 Chappel Rd., Charleston, W. Va. 25304 95, 129, 264 

Royster, Michael Franklin, Box 204, Grover 160. 254 

Royster, John Polk, III, 7415 Chester, Annandale. Va. 22003 243 

Royster, Stephen George, Box 204 Maple Ave., Grover.... 160, 254 
Royster, Theodore Satterwythe. Jr.. Grimes Cr.. Lexington 27292....89 

Rozier. Diana Lynne, 713 Mayhank Dr., Henderson 28739 243 

Rubenstein, Liza Ann, 6405 Hollins Dr.. Bethesda, Md. 20034 275 

Rubenstein, Michael Henry B., 

824 Peninsula Dr., Ormond Beach, Fla 158, 213, 218, 264 

Rucker. William Wigmore, 

1530 Overbrook Ave,, Winston-Salem 27104 164, 264 

Ruff, Glenda Jo, 1113 Creatwood Dr.. Winston-Salem 27101 243 

Russell, Phillip Kay, II 11 Kent Rd.. Raleigh 27606 254 

Russell. Robert Lane, Rt. 1, Albemarle 27606 243 

Rust. Polly Jones, 115 Twin Castle Apts.. Winston-Salem 243 

Rutherford, James Kerr, Capleach Farm, Massville, III 170, 254 

Ryder, Lee K., 2237 N. Trenton St., Arlington, Va. 22207 275 

Saeman, Betty Anne, 406 Miles Rd., Orange, Conn. 06477. 1 80, 255 
Sailer, Christopher Aldrich, 

3600 Montchanin Rd., Wilmington, Del 170, 255 

Saine. Jimmy Darrell, Rt. 3. Box 95. Vale 28168 275 

Salvatore. Dennis Ralph, 

67 Beaver Dr.. Barrington, N. J. 08007 166, 243 

Sampson, Mary Jacqueline, 216 Riverside Dr.. Morganton 27655. .243 
Sams, Charles Patterson. Jr.. 

1315 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 275 

Sanders, Ruth Ellen, 2525 Hampton Ave., Charlotte 28207 275 

Sanders, Sandy Edward, 1963 Ferncliff Rd., Charlotte 2821 1. ...264 

Sanges, Lee Natthan, 460 E. Cannon Ave.. Albemarle 28001 255 

Sansing, Ronald Neal, 908 Lunsford PI., Charlotte 28205 275 

Sasser, Carl Michael, 409 W. Crantham St., Greensboro 27530.. ..195 
Saunders, Dariel Lee, 

Rt. 8, Hill Top Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 45. 243 

Saunders. Glenn Randall. 

27 Andrews Rd.. Malvern. Pa. 19355 164. 264 

Saunders. Grady Wayne, 

614 Murry Ave., S.E., Roanoke, Va. 24013 264 

Savage. Helen Sandra. P. O. Box 414. Morehead City 28557. .95. 275 
Sayers. Dennis Michael, 

17 W. 714 Plainfield. Westmont. Ill 110. 117 

Saylor. Phillip Laurence. 

4130 Winchester Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 275 

Scaro. Judith Elaine, P. O. Box 56, Franklinville 27248 110, 264 

Schafer, James William. 

23 Holmhurst Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21228 244 

Scheib, William Herl, 

150 Broad St., Leetsdale. Pa. 15056 166. 196. 264 

Scherer, Marion Lynn. 

7607 Loannes Court CI.. Cincinnati. O. 45243 275 

Schlossberg. William Goodwin. 

1326 Enslow Blvd.. Huntington. W. Va 158, 244 

Schmidt. Suzanne Marie, 

932 Goodwood Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 Ill, 244 

Schneider, Paul Good, 616 Hidaway Cove, Hendersonville 28793. .244 



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Schock. Robert Christopher, 

71 Interlaken Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 10801 

Schoening, Richard C, 

272 East Westfield Ave., Roselle Park, N. J. 07204 

Schoonmaker, Meyressa Hughes, 

216 Carter Circle, Winston-Salem 27106 

Schulenburg, Elizabeth Pilgrim, 

1406 Liberty St., Alton, 111 86, 102, 107, 

Schultz, Louis Peter, 

37 Upland Ave., Metuchen, N. J. 08840 148, 166, 

Schultz, Martha Ann, 4760 Wolf Rd., Erie, Pa. 16505 

Schvimmer, Theodore, 562 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. J. 08618. 
Scorgie, Linda Dane, 

3450 Woodland Dr., Murrysville, Pa. 15668 126, 

Scott, Barbara Ann, 1014 Williams Dr., Aiken, S. C. 29801.86, 

Scott, Newton W., IH, Rl. 1, Pfafftown 87, 

Scott, Susan Ann, 

Rt. 3, Box 355, Greensboro 27410 110, 111, 121, 129, 

Scott, William Gordon, 422 W. Henderson, Salisbury 28144 

Seamon, Wesley Bryan, 

2003 S. Ridge Ave.. Kannapolis 28081 

Seanor, Sara Louise, 1843 Maryland Ave., Charlotte 28209. ...88, 

Searle, John Randolph, 136 Vivion Dr., Aiken, S. C. 29801 

Searle. Stephen Herbert, 110 E. King St.. Shippenburg, Pa. 17257. 
Seawright, Harold Sanders, 1448 Ferncliff Rd., Charlotte 27106. 

Seawright, Martha Ann, 3800 Warrington Dr., Charlotte 28211 

Sedberrv, William Martin, P. O. Box 4, Woodleaf 27054 

Sedgley, Richard A., 22 Dogwood Dr., West Orange, N. J. 07052 .. 
Seihert, Richard Allan, 58 Brown St., Bloomfield, Conn. 06002. 
Seidle, Joseph Warrell, 

Sprmg Mill Rd., Gladwyne, Pa. 19035 218, 

Sella, Robert Lee, 129 Circle Dr., Lenoir 160, 

Sepic, Joseph, Box 101, Isabella, Pa 

Serber, William Reese, 417 Magnolia Ave., Buena Vista, Va...281, 

Sergeant, Kaye Louise, Box 533, Balboa, Canal Zone 

Settle, Charles Ronald, 1325 Maple St., Elkin 28621 110, 

Setzer, Faye M., 

1116 Tipton St.. High Point 27260 85, 90, 92, 

Severn. Christine B., 4 Pink Tree Rd., Asheville 28804.114, 
Sexton, Douglas Carroll, 107 W. Albemarle St., Edenton. 162, 

Shafer, Lenda Kay, 105 S. 3rd Ave., Mayodan 27027 113, 

Shafer, Donald Thornton, 6500 Cellini St., Coral Gables Fh 

Shallcross, Joan Marie Dorothy, 

1109 S. Vermont St., Smithfield 27577 

Shankle, Virginia, 522 W. Chisolm, Sanford ...93, 176, 

Shannahan, Richard Eaton, Jr.. 

5507 Cedella Ave.. Baltimore, Md. 21206 

Sharpe, Bruce Edward, 

604 McNeill Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 20910 ...89, 

Shaw, Beverly Ann, 

3715 Severn Ave., Charlotte 28210 93, 102, 267, 

Shaw, G. Carolyn, 

222 N. Oak St., Statesville 28677 149, 176, 

Shaw, Joseph O., Ill, 

264 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Milford, N. J. 08848... 87, 153, 

Shaw. Michael Dane, 

540 Kerper St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19111 153, 

Shaw, Martha Kay, 1201 Brooks Ave., Raleigh 

Shaw, Philip Carl, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 283, 

Shaw, Robert Elmer, 

15 North Canton Rd., Box 75, West Simsbury, Conn. 06092 
Sheffer, George F., 727 N. Oak St., Hinsdale, III. 60521 .131, 158, 
Sheffer. James Stephen, 

727 N. Oak St., Hinsdale, III. 60521....89, 102, 114, 124, 257, 

Shelhorse, Judith Kemper, 409 Wine St.. Culpepper, Va. 22701 

Shelton, Teddy Dale, Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain 110. 

Sheola, Richard Arthur, 

896 Gates St., Phillipshurg, N. J. 08865 166, 

Sherrill, Everelte C, 1326 Dilworth Rd., Charlotte 281, 

Sherrill, Jane Garner, 

2620 Forest Dr., Winston-Salem 27104 178. 

Shiflett, Douglas Wayne, 

1137 Sunnymede, Jacksonville, Fla. 3221 

Shoaf, Richard Allen, 420 N. Salisbury St., Lexington 27292 

Shoaf, Sheryl Lorene, 

Rt. 3, Box 52, Lexington 27292 113, 178, 

Shore, Henry Bascom. Rt. 2, East Bend 27018 284, 285, 

Shouse. Robert Richard, 

311 S. Hawthorne Rd.. Apt. 6. Winston-Salem 

Shouse, Timothy Lee, 

4435 Gracemont Dr.. Winston-Salem 27106 89, 

Shriver, David Garner, 

6349 Crossroads Dr., Falls Church, Va. 22044 160, 

Shuford, Tolly Martin. 

412 Fulton Rd., Kings Mountain 28086 104, 127, 170, 

Shuping, Mack Ray, Rt. 2, .Salisbury 28144 

Siceloff. David Marvin, 

20 Williams Cr., P. O. Box 868, Lexington 27292.. 127, 170, 



Siewers, Christian Nathaniel, 

1908 Winlerlochen Rd., Fayetteville 28305 164, 

Simmons. Anne Elizabeth, 1947 Angela St., Winston-Salem 27104. 
Simmons, George Charles, III, 

Rt. 5, Box 842, Morganton 28655 285, 

Simpson, Deborah Sue, 

919 Clarke Rd., Martinsville, Va. 24112 182, 

Simpson, Hobart McKinley, Rt. 1, Siloam 

Simpson, Hugh McAden, 

1287 Talbot Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32205 128, 

Simpson, John Paul, 2612 Dover Rd., Raleigh 27608 

Simpson, Ralph Allen, 

6735 Linda Lake Dr., Charlotte 28212 94, 95, 126. 

Singhas, Charles Alexander, 

10220 Pohick Rd., Fairfax Station, Va. 22039 

Singletary, Norman Ivey, 

Winston-Salem 27106 283. 



Mount Airy 27030.. 



3421 Pennington Ln., 
Sink, Adelaide Alexander, 

Hollyview Farm, Rt. 7, 
Sipe, George Ronald, 

2243 6th St., N.E., Hickory 28601 168. 

Sizemore. Edward Joseph, S. 14 St., Okeechobee. Fla 

Sizemore, Ronald Kelly, P. O. Box 415, Fletcher 164, 

Sklutas, Thomas Michael, 

130 Gabrielle St., Manchester, N. H. 03103 168, 

Slate, James Robert, 

I06-B Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 27106 281, 

Slate, John William, 

301 Shadow Valley, High Point 113, 158. 

Slaton, David Gregory, 27100 Ridge St., Damascus, Md. 20750. 
Sloan, Cyrus Thompson, 

207 Withlacoochee Ave., Marion, S. C. 29571 195. 

Slonaker, E. Thomas, 4 Tyler Court, Ellicott City. Md 

Slone, Elton Ray, Snow Apt. 2, 

Bethabara Station Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 162, 

Slone, James Seymore, 

489 West .St., Paintsville, Ky. 41240 113, 125, 

Sloss, Richard Lewis, 2332 Banchory Rd., Winter Park, Fla 

Small, Alden Lewis, 118 Chestnut St., Garden City, N. Y...285, 

Smelley, James Hamlett, RED 1. La Crosse, Va. 23950 

Smith, Archie Leak, 628 East Kivett St., Ashehoro 27203 

Smith, Barry Adrien, 404 Bethel Dr., P. O. Box 1157, Salisbury... 
Smith, Betty Jane, 2093 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem. .1 10, 
Smith, Charles Crowe, 

2211 Warwick Ln., Colorado Springs, Colo 

Smith, Clarence Lloyd, 4631 Algonquin Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.. 
Smith, Donald Dawson, 

2813 River Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 162, 163, 

Smith, David Haynes, 2611 Kitlrell Dr., Raleigh 27605 

Smith, Darrell Lee, 

708 Indian Trail, Martinsville, Va. 24112. 156, 

Smith, Elizabeth Ann, 4503 Greenview Rd., New Bern 28560 

Smith, Elizabeth Bryan, 

115 Wavnewood Dr., Waynesville 28786 

Smith, Everelte Grover, Jr., 706 Chapel St., Kannapolis 28081... 

Smith, Eleanor Marie, 2326 Armstrong Circle, Gastonia 

Smith, Earl Wilson, Rt. 1, Box 35, Jackson Springs 

Smith. Gregory James, 

18 Split Oak Dr., East Norwich, N. Y. 11732 164, 

Smith, Hoke Baird, Rt. 1, Box 392, Trinity 27370.87. 104. 

Smith, Judy Lynne, 917 Rainey St, Burlington 27215 

Smith, Kenneth Alden, P. O. Box 245, Pilot Mountain 27041.. 
Smith, Robert Marshall, 

113 Cold Indian Springs Rd., Ashury Park, N. J. 07712.. 196, 

Smith, Sandra Kay, Rt. 1, Box 480, Walkertown 86, 

Smith, Susan Marie, 7973 Kirkland Dr., Cincinnati, O. 45224... 

Smith, Tamara Layne, 25 Monticello Dr., Lexington 27292 

Smith, William Bryant, 5200 Londonberry Rd., Charlotte 28210... 
Smithson, Helen Ruth, 

933 Campbell Ave., Hamilton, O. 45011 110. 182, 

Snapp, Deborah D., 3518 Raymoor Rd., 

Kensington, Md. 20795 107, 142, 161, 180, 

Snider, Carolyn Jean, 2808 English Rd., High Point 27260 173, 
Sned, William Harmen, Jr., 300 West Marsh St., Salisbury 27260. 

Snipes, Charles Durant, Jr., 3807 Madison Ave., Greensboro 

Snow, John Joyner, Box 571, Murphy 28706 195, 

Snow, Jerrie Marion, RFD 1, Siloam 27047 

Snyder, James Eugene, Jr., 

402 Park St., Lexington 102. 156. 231, 

Sodeman, Susan Lowella, 

2230 Cherokee Ln., Winston-Salem 27103 148, 154, 

Somers, Lee Preston, III, Union Grove 28689 86, 

Soloman, James H., 

4320 37th Rd. N., Arlington, Va. 22207 148, 154, 

Soper. Barbara Lee, 

8115 Hartford Ave., Silver Spring, Md. 20910 

Spangler, Margie Elizabeth, Rt. 1, Lawndale 28090 

Sparling, Daniel Leroy, P. O. Box 96, Medford, N, J 



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<;npar Herbert InEram, 306 Glenwood Ave., Kinston 87, 255 

Sp'ea'?;, "mes Bernard, j'r.. R.. 1, Box 516, Shelby 28150 276 

Speas Edwin Marion, Jr.. Box 4, Boonville ^f* 

Speas, John Kelly. Box 4, Boonville.. .■■ T Vsn->< lis 

Spencer, George Franklin, 37 Louise Ave Concord 28025 .115 

Spencer Lorraine Barney, 104 Balchelor Dr., Greensboro 27410.289 

irence Richard Micheal. 339 N. Bridge St Jonesville 276 

Spivey John Hubert. Rt. 2, Box 20, Rockingham 28379 265 

'"m^N^WUd Olwe'Ave., Daytona Beach, Fa. 32018....160, 265 
Sprinkle, James Herschel, Box 425, Marshall ^'b 

Squires, Irvin R.. Jr.. n« 1S4 255 

2207 N. Elm St.. Greensboro _^. .^j........._..U8, 154, Z53 

Squires, Louise Mathcny, 633 Shawnee Dr Charlotte 28210 .82 

Stacey, Michele, 6614 Candlewood Dr., Charlotte 28210 -'6 

Stainback, David Arnold, „,„,,-, 176 

2221 Buttonwood Rd., Berwyn, Pa. 19312 -'o 

Stallings, Howard Craige, 312 Newton St., Spen"r... . .265 

Stanback, Howard Jan. 2401 Red Oak Ave.. Durhani 27707 102, 195 
Stange, Richard Thomas, 4 Borden PI. Livingston. N_ J„07039 -265 
StaDles. Charmelle. 5912 Gill Creek Rd.. Columbia. S. C. 29206.276 



Staples, Charmelle, 
Starck. Caroline Louise, 

112 Asharoken Ave., Northport, N. Y. 
Starmer, James Ernest, Jr., „^„„ na -><;« 

2417 Lawndale Dr., Greensboro 27408 --,■"'*• :" 

Startsman, Terry Scott, 323 Grove Park Ave., Wmston-Salem 244 

Stauch, Alan Richard, , , ^ ,i^,,o 

193 Britt Rd., East Hartford, Conn. 06118 
Steele, Mary Alice, 2431 Randolph Rd. 
Steffey, James Bruce, .,. 

109 Sedgefield Dr., Box 464, Charlotte 28207 ^55 

Steifle, Emily L., 220 Kensington Rd., 

Greensboro 27403 88, 105, 107, 142, 182, 255 

Steigerwald, Kay Louise. ., 

800 Princeton Dr., Terrace Park, O. 45174... .1 13, 172, 173, 265 
Stein, Helen Paulette. ,. 

1005 Blandwood Dr.. Rocky Mount 27801 1 '8. -5-> 

Steinle. F. Richard, ., 

817 West 32nd St., Wilmington, Del. 19802 ■; - '^^- ^44 

Stelling, Frank Henry, 9 Lake Forest Dr., Greenville, S. C -65 

Stelling, Mary Katherine, 

811 Hammond Dr., North Augusta, S. C. 29841 265 

Stenfors, Brian Douglas. 

107 Mt. Ave.. Berkeley Heights. N. J 153, 244 

Stephens, Joel Edwin, 5314 Main St.. Loris, S. C 113 

Stephens. Robert Clifton, Jr., 

3018 Gilmer Ave., Winston-Salem ., ■■ ■■■"J^''' ?^7 

Stephenson. Hazel Louise. P. O. Box 248, Rich Square 27869 245 

Stephenson, Jackie Hooks, 

2716 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem 285, 286 

Stertzbach, Kirsten, 64 Audubon Rd., Poland, O. 44514 276 

nto"n;h're.,''cir?i.W., Hickory 28601 45. .80, 255 

lr^^a:^;^.^^rp.'a ^ ^^^^ese 2869o::z;:93;i7^ 

Stikeleather. Jimmy Allen, 

Box 49, Shattalon Dr., Rt. 1, Winston-Salem -8^ 

Still, Cynthia Weathers, 

127 Church St.. P. O. Box 6345, Mount Airy 
Stillwell, Walter Brooks, 

50 Richmond Dr., Savannah, Ga. 31406.. 
Stobie, Pamala Elizabeth, 514 Lakeside Dr. 
Stokes, Douglas Dwight, 

916 North 10th St., Albemarle 95, 158, 253 

Stoltz, Anne Benton, 

2525 Techwood Dr., Columbus, Ga. 31906... 
Stone, Anita Elizabeth, 

131 Riverview Dr., St. Albans, W. Va. 25177. 
Stone, John Everett, Jr., 

3938 Skyland Dr., Kingsport, Tenn. 37664 164, 265 

Stone, James Thomas, 2101 Dixie Trail, Raleigh ... .113 

Stone Marcia Barrow, 4019 Lake Dr., S.W.. Roanoke. Va. 24018.276 

Stone, Nora Lee, Rt. !, Rowland 28383. ... -^^^ V.riA. 

Stott, Charles C. Jr., 1017 Gardner St., Raleigh 27607.. .66, 245 
Stott Jeanne LaRoque, 1017 Gardner St., Raleigh 27607.180, 265 
Stoudenmire, Mary Kay. 808 Eastover Cir., DeLand, Fla. 32720.. ..276 
Stouffer. Myron Thomas, 
3315 Windsor Rd.. S.W, 
Strasser, Karin Elaine, „, ,,, ,,^ .,. 

106 Walton Ln., Oak Ridge, Tenn. 37830 86, 114,, 176, 245 

Streitz, Wayne Campbell, Silver Lake, Clayton, N. J. 08312 287 

Strickland, Patricia Ann, Box 226, Pine Level 276 

Stringfield, Preston Calvin, III, Box 1911, Hickory 88, 265 

Stroupe, David Henry, Box 7323, Reynolda Sta., Winston-Salem. .87 

Stuart, Ann Rankin, Box 806, Badin 28009 178, 255 

Stuetzer, Thomas N., 7 Cordis St., Wakefield. Mass. ..164. 195, 255 
Sueur, Rebekah Elizabeth, 161 Jones St., Middletown, R. I. 02840. .276 
Sugg, Brenda Ann, Rt. 1, Lewisville 27923 276 



11768 244 



125. 244 

Charlotte 28207..114, 265 



.113, 178, 255 



92, 124, 255 

Statesville 28677.. .255 



Sugg, Charles Francis, 112 W. Greene St., Snow h.ll 28580. .276 
Summers, Roger Craig, 524 6th St., N.W., Hickory 28601..158, 255 

Summey, William Poft, Box 1238, Gastonia 265 

Sumner, Robert Warren. 

2013 S. Mehane St.. Burlington 87, 105, 164, 165, -45 

Sutherland, Robert M., . , 

1115 Fourth Ave.. P. O. Box 1360. Hendersonville . 160, 265 

Sutterer, James Ronald. 1963 4th Place S.. Birmingham. Ala .289 

Sutton. Julia Kay. 40 Shamrock Circle. Burlington^ 175, 245 

Swails, Paul Taylor, Rt. 3, Box 501, Rockingham 28379 8/ 

Swaim. Joel Craig. 703 Engleman Ave.. Burlington 27215 2/6 

Swank. Dwayne Edwin. ,,„„, iif. 

714 Woodland Ave.. Beckley. W. Va. 25801 276 

Swartz, Mary Karen, 

5916 Wilmett Rd., Bethesda, Md. 20034.. l^'' 'SO; 255 

Sweeney. David Knox, 3703 Eaton Rd., N.W., Canton, O. 44708. .276 

Sweet, Stephen Young, on , ,-, i-)t t;< 

378 Fieldstone Rd., Mooresville 28115 ^-^^ . 89, 113, 127, 255 

Swenson, Norman Virgil, 4729 Addison Dr., Charlotte 2821 L ..--88 

Sykes, Marian Jean, 2228 Lacy St., Burlington 27215 173, 265 

Tadlock, Thomas Callie, Jr., 1008 E. Franklin St., Monroe 28110..276 
Taggart, Jack Frederick, . ,. , . ^ ~,-,c 

28 Smoke Hill Dr., Box 167, New Fairfield. Conn -'6 

Talbott, Carol Elaine. 

1507 W. Davis St.. Burlington 27215 HO, 173, 265 

Taliferro, David Andrew. 

Rt. 2. Box 6. Center Cross. Va. 22437 ^l'™- ^65 

Tallent, Joseph Edward, 224 Fourth St., S.W., Hickory 28601 276 

Talley, Ernest, 111, Rt. 2, Box 83, Randleman 273 7.. 235 

Tantum John Ellwood, Robbinsville Rd.. Robbinsville, N. J 276 

Tart Jo Ann, 311 Main St.. Clinton 28328 -65 

Tate, Dayna Carlm, 4650 Milbrook Dr., 

N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30327 - -.-101, 1", 247, 252, 255 

Tate, Donald Keith, 840 Sixth Ave., Gastonia 28052 160. 265 

Tate, John Lewis, „„,,, i^c 

1810 South 118th, Apt. 308, Seattle, Wash. 98166.. ..^-^ ^65 

Taylerson. Robert Stanley, 1 Fern Ter., Wayne, N. J. 07407 287 



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Roanoke, Va. 24016 160, 255 



Taylor. Jeffery Stanton, 

1020 Woode Lynne Blvd., Linwood, N. J. 08221 -63 

Taylor. Louis Loverne. Jr.. ,,•, ,^o 

205 West 15th St., Washington 27889. ....... ---^^^.-^113, 148 

Taylor, Mary Linda, 752 Saint George Rd., Raleigh 27610 276 

Taylor, Ronnie Wilson, ,,,„r -><lc 

Rt. 3. Old Hollow Rd., Winston-Salem 27105 — l^rryy-t^ 

Taylor, Stephen Carr. 22 North 23 St.. Wilmington 28401..154, 276 

Taylor Spencer P., Jr., 4 Adams PI., Mendham, N. J ^A i^i 

Taylor: William Lloyd, 3201 Archdale Rd., High Point 27263 89. 276 
Teague, Milton Lee, 705 West 24th St., Lumberton 28358..113, 265 
Teale, Susan Lee, ,,,,, -,^c 

298 Mount View Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 25314 263 

Templeton, Brenda Ann, 

Box 156. RED 1. Olin 28660 105, 149, 178, 255 

Templeton, Thomas Stokes, II, 

8320 Nicholson St., Hyaltsville, Md. 20784 ^86, 88. 265 

Tessnear, Marshall Dean, H Poplar St., Forest City 28043 265 

This. James Leslie, ,,,„, -n ici -la 

7206 Capitol View Dr., McLean, Va. 22101 89, 154. 265 

Thomas, Kenneth Walter, 

3546 Devon Dr.. Falls Church, Va. 22042... .... .48, 245 

Thomas, Mary Elaine, 900 Cone Ave., Pmeville 28134. 182, 266 
Thomas, Patricia Lynne, 

10100 Quinby St , Silver Spring, Md. 20901 98, 266 

Thompson, Leroy Edwards, ,,,„, ,,-, -,a^ 

217 James River Dr., Newport News, Va. 23601 162, 243 

Thompson, Leonard Stephen, 

Rt. 1, Box 195-B, Laurinburg 28352 158, 21/, -28 

Thompson, Mary Henley, 

505 Chesapeake Ave., Newport News, Va -;43 

Thompson, Nicka, , ,,, 

Oak Crest E., Elkins, W. Va. 26241. ... .,35. 86, 175, 255 

Thorne. Shirley Diane, Rt. 1, Box 325, Mocksville 27028 289 

Thornton, Thomas Spruill, . 

3230 Pensby Rd., Winston-Salem 27106 .... 283, ^8/ 

Thorp, Naomi Ruth, 3511 N. Potomac St., Arlmgton, Va^ 22213 .276 
Tighman, Carl Lewis, Rt. 1, Box 83-B, Beaufort 28516.285. 286 

Tilghman, Linda Bell, Rt. I, Box 83-B, Beaufort 276 

Tilley, John Leslie, 214 Orchard St., Mt. Airy 27030 276 

Tilley. Norwood Carlton, Jr., 

1107 Evergreen Cir., Rock Hill, S. C. -^ ^ c 7^ ■;i, 

Tinsley, David Glover, Jr., 448 Crestview Dr., Spartanburg, S. C. -245 
Tisdale. Donald Kenneth, 1125 Polo Rd., Winston-Salem....283, 287 
Tohey, Margaret Sue, ,,,„, -y^/. 

4608 King William Rd., Richmond, Va. 23225. ,_^..^ 266 

Toburen. William Brame, Wedge Dr., Rt. 1, Pfafftown 27040 89 

Todd, Samuel Olen, ,., 

1936 Mecklenburg Ave.. Charlotte 28205 158, 245 

™956^Altan^Rd., Washington. D. C. 20016. .84, 87. 107. 245 



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Tolberl, Mary Ann, 

:4i:-A Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. 23220 121, 266 

Tomlinson, Thomas Russell, 

1402-B Pagelow, Scott AFB, III.. 166, 2.VS 

Torian, Richard Leslie, 911 Howard St., Suffolk, Va. 23434 289 

Tornow, Winston McNair, 315 Prince St., Laurinburg 285 

Towers, Richiird S., Seven Bridge Rd.. Little Silver, N. J 283 

Townsend, Sherman Lee, Dagsboro-Omar Rd., Frankfort, Del 285 

Townsend. William Arthur. 3(10 Center St., Haddonfield, N. J 266 

Townsend, William Crawford, Jr., Rt. 4. Box 472, Lumberton ...276 

Trainer, John Ezra. Jr., 532 S. Muhlenberg St.. Allentown, Pa 289 

Tredway, Vicky Lynn, 

9121 S.W. 72nd Ave.. Apt. F-5, Miami, Fla 109, 245 

Trigg, Joyce Helen. Cande Div. U. S. Army Elem., 

Hq. SHAPE, APO, New York. N. Y 16, 276 

Triplett, John Jay. Neelley Rd., Pleasant Garden 113, 276 

Troutman, Sarah Elysabeth. 511 Mountain View St., Lenoir 276 

Troutman, Susan Louise, 

1108 E. Holly St.. Goldsboro - 149, 178. 266 

True, Lillian Durant, 1700 Roslyn Dr., Columbia, S. C 276 

Tse. Ping Kwan. 82 Jaffer Rd., 3IF. Hong Kone, B. C. C 129 

Tucker. Carl Millon. Ill, P. O. Box 7. Pageland. S. C...105, 160, 252 

Turbeville, Marion Daniel, Box 85. Turbeville, S. C 113, 276 

Turner, Dorothy Kay, 3124 Burkeshore Rd.. Winston-Salem 255 

Turner, Jeannette Elizabeth, 409 W. Fifth Ave., Lexington 245 

Turner, Pamela Annette, 

2703 Fairway Dr., Greensboro 110, 266 

Turner, Susan Elaine, Rt. 6, Box 87, Hendersonville 110 

Tuttle. Joel Van, P. O. Box 222, Welcome 277 

Tweedy, Reginald Edward, J., Rt. 2, Rustburg. Va 245 

Twiddy, Douglas Anderson, 114 Pembroke Cir., Edenton 255 

Twyford. Charles William, 

5510 Bon Air Circle, Nashville, Tenn 96, 266 

Tyner, Carl Vann, 2562 Pinewood Rd., Gastonia 277 

Umbel, Robert Donald, 41 Ridgeview Ln., Poland 14, Ohio. 102, 277 
Umslead, Sara Elizabeth, 

9900 River Rd., Newport News, Va 102, 107, 174, 175, 255 

Underwood, Melinda Ann, 

499 West Melrose Circle, Fort Lauderdale. Fla 277 

Upton, William Edward, 554 Lee Ct., Wyckoff, N. J 266 



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VanDerPloog, Glenn Arthur, 

5 Wagner PI., Hawthorne, N. J 

Vanlrease, John Meade. Jr.. 

45 Old Colony Rd., Bernardsville, N. J 113, 125, 

Van Wagner. Charles Allison, 

3623 Barclay Downs Dr., Charlotte 158, 

Varellas. Eve Helen, 2700 Speas Rd., Winston-Salem 

Vargo, Katy Jo, 109 Ford St., Beckley, W. Va...l01, 180. 231, 
Vaughan, Kristen Hope, 

3641 Orebank Rd., Kingsport, Tenn 102, 267, 

Verch, Stuart Selden, II, 4211 Castlewood Rd.. Charlotte.. 170, 
Vernon. John Henry, III, 1219 Polo Rd., Winston-Salem....283, 

Vernon. Walter Ray. Jr., RED 1, Roxboro 110, 

Viehman, Albert Byron, Rt. 1. Meadowhrook, Inman, S. C...102, 

Viers, Jimmy Wayne, 2434 Junction, Detroit 9, Mich 

Vince, Janis Louise, Bank St., Bennington, Vt 

VonCannon, Donald Milton, 

2903 Lawndale Dr.; Greensboro 164, 

Vosters, James Boswell, 6120 Moss Ranch Rd., Miami, Fla 



Wachs, W. Ronald. 1129 Crestwood Dr., Winston-Salem 

Wade, Emily Jane, 

4825 Gulfstream Dr., Dallas, Texas 174, 175. 

Wager, Lawrence Miles, 18 Southern Dr., Latham, N. Y 

Wagoner. Donald Homewood, 1318 Lutz Ave., Raleigh. 162, 
Wainwright, Philip H,, 1808 Middelford Rd., Seaford, Del. .168, 
Waitt, Elizabeth Graham. 

3442 Strarford Rd.. N.E., Atlanta. Ga 113. 182, 

Walker. John Barrett. 1222 May Cl.. Burlington 

Walker. J. Jeter, 219 Riverside Dr., Morganton 

Walker. Russell Grady. Jr.. 1004 WestmonI Dr.. Asheboro..285, 

Wall. Edith Delayne. 120 Main St.. Clayton 

Wall. James Albert. 3516 Page Dr. Metairie. La 166. 

Wall. Laura Elizabeth. 209 E. Ray Ave.. High Point 

Wall. Rebecca Ann. RFD 3. Box 348. Asheboro 126, 

Wall. Roscoe LeGrand, III, 

822 N. Pine Valley Rd., Winston-Salem 

Wallace. David Andrew. 619 Oak Summit Rd.. Winston-Salem... 
Walley, Bruce Douglas. 

401 6th St., Holloway Ter., New Castle, Del 113, 

Walsh, Thomas Lewis, 

7769-B Nelson Loop, Fort George G. Meade, Md 

Walt, Lawrence Cecil, 

1014 N. Pegram St., Alexandria. Va 162. 195. 

Walters. Dean Allen. 

145 Fleetwood Ten, Silver Spring, Md 89, 170, 252, 



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Walthall, Bonnie Juliette, 

407 52nd St., Virginia Beach. Va .84, 105, 107, 142. 176. 245 

Wannall. Anne Crane, 305 Southwest Dr., Silver Spring, Md 266 

Ward. Carol Cherry. 1300 Southerland Rd.. Raleigh. .86, 182, 245 

Ward, Demming Morton. 2206 Barker St.. Lumberton 277 

Warf, Milton Clay, Rt. 1. Box 216, Reidsville HO. 245 

Waring. Roslvn Anne. 644 Dogwood Rd.. Slatesville 266 

Warren. David Wyman. HI, 

6380 31st PI., N.W., Washington. D. C 277 

Warren. James. 108 Overlook Dr.. Winston-Salem 277 

Warren, James Smith, Box 426. Wake Forest 89. 266 

Warren, William Rainey, 7801 Rugby Ave., Birmingham, Ala 289 

Wash, Richard Lee, 

3518 Country Club Dr., Charlotte 158, 256 

Washington, SherriU Royster, 208 Front St., Oxford 245 

Watkins, John Stradley, III, Pine Cone Dr.. Oxford 266 

Watson. James Huntley, Mt. Craghan, S. C 89 

Watson, Mary Ethel, Rt. 1, Box 733, Salisbury 277 

Watson, Wallace Bailey, 

53 Chadwick Dr.. Charleston, S. C 281, 286 

Walters, David Robert, 

1221 Mmnesola Ave.. Natrona Heights, Pa 266 

Watts, Carroll Edwin, 2512 N. Underwood St., Arlington, Va 266 

Watts, John Henry Vernon, Box 549, Asheboro 277 

Watts, William Miller, Jr., 

1433 Westmont Dr., Box 549, Asheboro 266 

Weathers, Jane Bell. 766 Stratford Rd.. Winston-Salem 277 

Weaver, Frank Lee, P. O. Box 135, Spring Hope 281 

Webb, Charles Ernest. 

31 Countryside Rd., Fairport, N. Y 86, 110, 125. 266 

Webster, Eloise Home, 3505 Manford Dr., Durham 277 

Webster, Jerry Daniel, II, 309 Oakwood Dr., Leaksville 266 

Weeks, Landon Earl. 

438 Country Club Ln., Galax, Va Ill, 113, 266 

Weeks, Robert Kenneth, 8733 Commodore Dr., Norfolk, Va 277 

Weeks. Sandy Nelson, 108 Stewart Ave., Clinton 285, 286 

Wehunt, John Calvin, Rt. 1, Cherryville 256 

Welch. Edwin W.. 202-B Wake Forest Apts.. Winston-Salem 286 

Welfare. Charles Randall. Jr.. 

2641 Reynolda Rd.. Winston-Salem 128,256 

Wells, Donald W., 266 Delaware Ave., Harrington, Del 113, 277 

Wells, James Shelton, 1501 S. Elm, Greenville 277 

Wells, Walter Leslie, 897 Short St., Lake City, Fla 154, 256 

Wendorf, Frederick Lee, 

3868 S. Lake Dr., S.W., Roanoke, Va 156, 245 

West, George Kenneth, 

I52I Irene St., 518 Jerome Ct. Apts., Bethlehem, Pa.. 87, 277 
West, Rebecca Lynn, 

518 Jerome Court Apts., 1521 Irene St.. Bethlehem. Pa 256 

West. Sylvia Ann. 

Rt. 6. Box 252. Kinston 110. 149, 173, 266 

Westmoreland, Barbara Carol. 

1126 Pinebluff Rd.. Winston-Salem 281 

Whisenant. Mary Helen, P. O. Box 786, Morganton 266 

Whisenant, Carol Corn, 1428 Glade St., Winston-Salem 289 

Whisenant, Joseph Durwood, Rt. 8, Box 188. Salisbury 86, 245 

Whitaker, Sherrill Gurley, 204 W. Johnson St.. Hartwell. Ga 245 

White. Alice Llewellyn, 1006 Delaware Ave., Suffolk, Va 289 

While, Benjamin Harvey, Jr., 

7301 Masonville Dr., Annandale, Va 283, 287 

White, Beverly Jane, 4706 Pontiac Dr.. Annandale. Va 277 

White, Daniel Edward, 

216 London Circle, Matthews 93, 113. 158. 195, 266 

White, Francia Lea, 1301 Sunset Dr., Asheboro 129. 266 

White. Judith Ellen. 

2432 Maplewood Ave.. Winston-Salem 92. 98. 126. 256 

White. Ronald Edward. 2601 Buckner Ln.. Washington. D. C 113 

White. Richard George, 50 Robin Hill Dr., Naperville. Ill 195 

White. Thomas Walker. Ill, 

174 California Ave., Oak Ridge, Tenn 86, 245 

Whitehurst. Sally Ann. Box 661. Bethel 43, 140, 277 

Whitehurst, Samuel Latham. Jr., 

15 W. F. C. Trailer Park, Winston-Salem 285, 287 

Whitfield. Ashley Fakes. 1420 Dollar Ave.. Durham 245 

Whitley. Henry Harper. Jr.. P. O. Box 759, Smithfield 1 10 

Whitley, James Alton, 240 Goff St.. Charlotte 277 

Whitley. Melvin Stanley, 

S. Bennett St., Box 607, Southern Pines 110, III, 277 

Whittington, Richard Allen, 1 1 1 S. Grandview. Mount Dora. Fla. .277 

Wieferich. Patricia Ann. 7913 Kentbury Dr., Bethesda, Md 266 

Wiest, Forest Adam. 121 East King St.. Shippensburg, Pa 195. 246 

Wiggins. Sarah Ann. Box 241. Rt. 1. Hobbsville 246 

Wiist. Sharron Ann. 201 Tampa Dr.. Victoria. Texas 277 

Wilder. Aldridge. Drane. Jr.. 800 Cavalier Circle. Kinston 256 

Wilder, Raboteau Terrell, 1307 Robin Hood Rd., High Point 277 

Wilkins, James Drewry, III, 

120 E. Keeling Rd., Greensboro 148, 164, 266 



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Wilkins, Sharwynne Gail, 

525 East Club Blvd.. Durham 85, 118, 246 

Williams, Bruce Nail, 36 Willett Dr., Longmeadow, Mass 256 

Williams, Charles Franklin, Jr.. 

Rt. I, Shatlalon Dr., Winslon-Salem 266 

Williams. Duvall McClellan, Jr., 246 26th St., Wilmington 283 

Williams, Floyd Lee, 415 Williamson St.. Burlington 277 

Williams, Joan Terry, 3614 Birchwood Ln.. Greensboro. ... 180. 256 

Williams. Robert H., 620 Anson St., Winston-Salem 87 

Williams, Richard Taylor, 

127 West Glendale Ave., Mount Holly.. 156. 256 

Williams, Robert Theodore. 320 Rockyford St., Morganton..l66, 266 

Williams, Sidney Herbert, 440 Bayshore Dr., Venice, Fla 246 

Williams, Thomas Paul, 921 Fairmont St., Latrobe, Pa.. .164. 266 

Williams, Thomas Richard, 25 9th Ave., N.E., Hickory 289 

Williams, W. Fred, Jr., 

705 Anson St., Apt. H-15, Winston-Salem 285, 287 

Williamson, Sandra Gail, Box 59, Wilkesboro 256 

Williamson, William Harvey, 3616 Merrifield Rd., Charlotte.. 89, 277 
Willingham, Frank F.. Jr., 2534 Warwick Rd., Winston-Salem....289 

Wills. Joseph Alan, 804 Shoreland Rd., Winston-Salem 289 

Willison, Jeffrey Alan, 3909 Guest Ln., Alexandria, Va 153. 266 

Wills, Robert John. 6203 Pioneer Dr., Springfield, Va 246 

Wilshin, Daniel Grey, 522 St. Francis Rd., Baltimore, Md 246 

Wilson, C. Conway, 5035 Wedgewood Dr., Charlotte 277 

Wilson, Duke, Box 99, Balboa. Canal Zone 115 

Wilson. Donald Carter, 

1405 Old Hickory St., Greensboro 89, 98, 126, 256 

Wilson, Gary, 45 Comanche Dr., Oceanport, N. J 266 

Wilson. Jackson Daily, Jr., 

208 Mitchell Ave., Mt. Sterling, Ky 95, 252, 256 

Wilson, Jon Martin. 400 Williams, South Milwaukee, Wis... 195, 246 
Wilson, Kenneth Alden, Jr., 

933 Long Dr., Winston-Salem... 284, 285, 286 

Wilson. Nancy Elaine, 312 Middleton, Robbins 246 

Wilson, Robert Bruce, 507 Wildwood Ave., Pitman, N. J 277 

Wilson, Robert Ellis, 

400 Williams Ave., South Milwaukee, Wis 280, 287 

Wilson, Sylvia Jane, Box 547, Robbins 246 

Wilson, Stephen Thomas, 112 N. Hamilton St.. Leaksville..86, 256 
Wilson, Walter Eugene, 615 Woodhurst Way, Baltimore, Md...266 

Wilson, William E., 45 Comanche Dr., Oceanport, N. J 285, 286 

Wilson, William Lawrence, 426 N. Hamilton St., Leaksville.l 10, 256 

Wimer, Joan Lee, 1113 Tiffany Rd., Silver Spring, Md 277 

Winherry, Charles Bryant. Jr., 122 Bost St., Statesville..28l. 286 

Winston, York Edward, 236 Brandon Ct., Danville, Va 266 

Wisneski, Edward Victor. 627 Old Lincoln Hwy., Langhorne, Pa. .246 

Womble, John Sidney, 104-B Student Apts., Winston-Salem 110 

Wood. David Alan, 

9632 East Bexhill Dr., Kensington, Md 89, 168, 266 

Woodall, William Donald, 

4013 Catesby Jones Dr., 
Woolley, Katherine D., 

4513 Granny White Pike, 



Hampton, Va 124, 246 

Nashville, Tenn 266 



Woolley, Thomas Joseph, 

1101 S. W. Renmar Dr., Plantation, Fort Lauderdale. Fla 277 

Wooster, Lyman Dwight, 3506 Burrows Ave., Fairfax, Va 86 

Wooten, Norman Edward, 331 N. Bridge St., Jonesville 31 

Wooten, Wiley Porter, 312 W. Elm St., Graham 287 

Worthington. Ronald Burton. Rt. I, Box 609, Greenville 246 

Wray. Julian Bunn. 2()9-B Faculty Dr., Winston-Salem 286 

Wright, Bonnie Conway, 3068 Gilmer Ave., Winston-Salem 246 

Wright, Carolyn Jane, 

3633 Ledbury Dr., E., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 256 

Wright. Douglas Alan, 900 Jessie St., Ahoskie 27910 266 

Wright, Jon Melvin, 

4714 30th St.. N.W., Washington, D. C. 20008 277 

Wright. Susan Marie. 

1578 Dexter Ave.. Macon. Ga. 31204. 88. 113, 246 

Wright, Stuart Thurman, 509 S. Main St., Roxboro 27537 277 

Wright. Thomas Robert, 

843 Thorn St., Sewickley, Pa. 15143 281, 286 

Wuertenburger, Virginia Anne, 

5513 Topping Place, Charlotte 28209.. 182, 256 

Wyche, Alexander Thomas, Baldwin Woods, Whiteville 28472 277 
Wyche, David Cheshire, 2642 Sharon Rd., Charlotte 246 

Wylie, Rebecca Elaine, 

3227 East Burn Rd., Charlotte 28210 113, 178, 266 

Wynne, Leon Wilson, Jr., P. O. Box 726, Robertsonville 27871. ...277 

Yarrington. John Newkirk, 

Laurel Lane, Rt. 2. Woodstown, N. J. 08098 277 

Yeager, Christine, Rt. 1, Box 223, Walkertown 27051 277 

Yeapanis, Panos Andrew, 

514 Blout Point Rd., Newport News, Va 281, 286 

Yeatts, James Cook, III, Floyd, Va 287 

Yeck, William August, 10520 Edgemont Dr., Adelphi, Md. 20783. .277 
Yelton. Robert William, 312 Belvedere Ave., Shelby 28150.281, 287 
Yoes, Gary Russell, VOA, APO, San Francisco, Cal. 96239. .. 266 

York, Richard David. 429 Vick Ave., Raleigh 160, 266 

Young, Charles Roger, 

97 18th Ave., N.W., Hickory 281, 283, 286 

Young. John Dennis, 

1320 Robin Hood Rd., High Point 27260 277 

Young, James Lynn, 

412 Franklin Ave., Shelby 27260 127, 256 

Young, Nancy Louise, 

1005 Woodland Ave., Wilkesboro 28697... 45, 176, 256 

Yow, Cameron Duncan. Rt. 2, Box 415, Thomasville 37360 256 

Zacks, David Maier. 735 Anson St., Apt. 23-G, Winston-Salem ...256 
Zaiken. Maxine, 

194 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. 0120! 178, 281, 287 

Zane, Larry Robert, 

Box 286. Salem Pike. Swedesboro. N. J. 08085 ...256. 277 

Zimmerman, Herman Webster, Jr., 120 W. First Ave.. Lexington 281 
Zinzow, Lee Alan, 7280 S.W. 179th St., Miami, Fla. 33156 266 



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Warren Johnson 




Special thanks to the Auburn University sporU- publicity office jot pictures of the Wake Forest- 
Auburn footbaH game which appear in the Sports section. 



1967 HOWLER Staff 

i Editor-in-chief Fa ye Setzer 

T . . 

. A . Associate Editor Brooks Stillwell 

■fl J^ Managing Editor Cathy Hall 

y sections: 

Academics Judy White, Editor 

Nancy Cummings 

Adele Patrick 

Chris Severn 

Nancy Price 

Malene Pettit 

Organizations Barbara Brazil and Janet Bowker, Editors 

Dayle White 

Bev Shaw 

Sarajane Oakley 

Marilyn Stiff 

Student Living Cassandra Martin and Betsy Burrell, Editors 

Mary Ann Pregnall 

Jane Hull 

Barbara Luker 

Susan Powers 

Sports Charles Hardin, Editor 

Stan Oetken 

Jim Cross 

Wayne Ford 

Bill Curl 

Classes Terry Fuller and Dottie Daigneault, Editors 

Candy Corvey 

Suellen Anderson 

Kathy Pagliara 

Copy Editors Tommy Baker 

Suzanne Bennett 

Sunny Bans 

Paul Coble 

Norma Murdock 

Photography Editors Ginny Shankle 

Kitty Harmon 

Harriet Hardee 

Index Editor Barbara Buchanan 

Photographers Bill Clarke 

John Daughtry 

Warren Johnson 

Tom Wood 

Business Manager Eddie Boone 

Business Staff Bill Overman 

Bill Lambe 

Merley Glover 

Ginny Shankle 

David James 

Our special appreciation to Dr. David Smiley for the loan of several color slides used 
in the opening section of the book. 

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Assembling three hundred and forty pages of yearbook must 

be quite like giving birth to a child . . . painful, time-consuming, 

and a definite joint effort. For the end result in both, however 

the work and waiting are worth ite Paths have been the theme of 

^ the 67 book. They have been represented sometimes physically 

2 often curricularly, but primarily, if this book has succeeded edi- 

- tonally, the paths a^g^tle experienfcjls, decisions, and memories 

that comprised this ^r at Wake Forest. 

If you happened to walk down Pub Row this year, at any given 
time you might have seen two or more people playing ball in the 
hall, taking a break from a treak, you probably heard a radio 
blasting very loudly, and if you chanced there late at night, the 
clicking of typewriters on the move or unintelligible voices in 
frantic screams might have caught your attention. This group 
i therapy produced a different type of book. We hope it's an im- 
j provement, but that is for your judgment. It has not been the 
work of one pair of hands or of one mind, but has developed f^^ 
the personalities and emotions of the variety of people who l^P 
frequented 228 and 229 Ri^nolda Hall this year: * ' 

There are numbers of pe|ple who deserve recognition for mak- 
ing my job easier. You can see most of them pictured on the two 
^ HOWLER pages in the Organizations section. Those who are not 
W there belong primarily to other publications and were responsible 
for a great many intangibles. The photographers, well, were it 
not for them you would have had a ten page booklet of terrible 
copy. R. J. Reynolds must take some credit, as his cigarettes, 
along with occasional trips to the TOG, held staff nerves in check. 
To Cathy and Brooks, to Pridge, Ralph and Ginny, and to Henry, 
special merit badges are awarded for many things. 

If we had it to do over again, the book would be quite different, 
for neither people nor Wake Forest remain the same from day 
today. Both are on the move an^ver-changing. It'is our hope 

that We'vA <>:II1Drllt tVlo T>m<70c „-..A it. 1 ;_ .L-i.Jf > -wtrr I 



Forest, 1967. . / 




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